Family-friendly feminist events: celebrate the suffragettes
Celebrate the suffragettes in style with these family-friendly feminist events in London
Women and the Hall, Royal Albert Hall
25 January – 26 April 2018
Celebrate the women of jazz at the Royal Albert Hall with everything from a live music brunch to an immersive drama tour exploring the history of the Suffragettes.
Prepare to be WOWed by the Southbank Centre's annual Women of the World Festival. The feminist festival returns to London with more talks, workshops, and art installations to help dismantle the patriarchy better than ever before.
Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls 2
28 February 2018
The sequel to super-popular Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls is set to hit bookstores everywhere at the beginning of March. Discover the stories of 100 more women, from Nefertiti to Beyoncé, as told by pioneer self-publishers Elena Favilli and Francesca Cavallo.
Click here to pre-order
First Amongst Equals, Foundling Museum
13 January 2018 – 13 January 2019
The Foundling Museum is championing women through their current exhibition, First Amongst Equals, that sees remarkable women who have helped shape contemporary British society choose objects in the Museum's Collection that speak to them.
5 – 6 April, official times to be determined
Over Easter, the Stemettes will be coding for two full days at Schroders' offices in central London. Sign up is not yet open, but watch this space for updates as they progress!
Jacqueline Wilson, Museum of London Docklands
10 March 2018, 2 – 3pm
Join superstar of children's literature Jacqueline Wilson to hear her discuss her most recent novel, Wave Me Goodbye. Enthusiastic readers should be sure to pick up a copy of Opal Plumstead, her book that explores the Suffragette movement.