Category Archives: Cultural achievements of feminism

Festival of Ideas Special Offer

As part of the Sistershow exhibition we are holding a Bristol Feminism: Past and Present discussion at the Watershed, in conjunction with the Festival of Ideas. The good people at the FOI have organised a special concessionary price for in-the-know … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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Susan Croft on feminist theatre in the 1970s

In December of last year I met up with Susan Croft, the co-curator of Unfinished Histories, a hugely inspirational project that documents the history of alternative theatre from the 1960s to the 1980s. In the below audio clip Susan talks … Continue reading

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Ellen Malos on the cultural achievements of the WLM

Ellen Malos is one of the founding figures of the Bristol Women’s Liberation Movement. If asked, she will fondly tell you the ‘5 minute story’. This is the story where she and her friend Lee had organised a meeting to … Continue reading

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