Feb 2
~
Jan 6 2019

Votes for Women Centenerary Exhibition

10:00am – 5:50pm
Free

Celebrating the centenary of the 1918 Act that gave some women the right to vote for the first time in UK history, this exhibition displays some of the key pieces from the battles of the suffragettes. Featuring iconic symbols of the battles fought by both individuals and groups, you can see Emily Pankhurst’s hunger strike medal alongside the posters of the time. The central piece of the exhibition is a specially commissioned film that focuses on lesser known suffragettes as well as the contemporary relevance of the militant campaign.

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