28 November 2018 1.00pm — 1.45pm
Lecture Theatre, Weston Library (Map)
Dr Sos Eltis, Brasenose College
Janet Walwyn | email@example.com | 01865 287156
This lecture will look at how performance became a key tool in women's campaign for the vote, and how it enabled activists to engage the public in innovative ways that other suffrage writings could not.
Theatre was at the heart of the women's suffrage campaign, from three-act plays of seduction and political intrigue, to comic sketches, dialogues, pageants and pastiches. Women took command of the stage to re-write familiar plots, challenge assumptions, inspire and discomfort audiences in theatres and on the streets.
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