Alison Rook and her memories of Sistershow

Alison Rook is one of the driving forces behind the Sistershow Revisited exhibition.

She donated a large amount of archival material which has been invaluable for reconstructing what took place in feminist Bristol, just under forty years ago.

In these short oral history excerpts, from an interview that was conducted way back in December 2008, she talks about her first memories of joining the group.

Come to the exhibition in May and listen to more of Alison’s and the group memories….


On joining Sistershow


Bristol feminism in the early 1970s


Discussing the creative format used by the group

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