Monthly Archives: December 2010

Archives of feelings

Of all the archival objects that have been collected as part of the Sistershow Revisited project, it was finding a collection of receipts from the first Sistershow in 1973 that made me feel oddly emotional. How can something as inconsequential … Continue reading

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Sistershow: punk theatre

This amazing image was donated to the Sistershow archive by Philomena Chandler. In her oral history conducted in October 2010 she stated: ‘We were theatrical punk, but the punk movement hadn’t happened then. We were anti establishment and very rebellious … Continue reading

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Helen Taylor and Brenda Jacques’ tape slide

In 1973 and 1974 Helen Taylor and Brenda Jacques decided to embark on an innovative way of information sharing amongst feminist groups in Bristol. They stated: ‘it seems that the small weekly groups and specific campaign groups within Bristol Women’s … Continue reading

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