Alongside the museum, there will be film screenings, a comedy night, and a talk from Emma Rees (Monday 11 September) about her book The Vagina: A Literary and Cultural History.
SuperCulture will also be hosting a residency from Gal-dem, the magazine and collective comprised of over 70 women and non-binary people of colour, as well as Guerilla Science, who use live entertainment to revolutionise how people connect with science.
The project will begin with a screening of Hidden Figures and Hoxton Square Bar and Kitchen on August 30th. Find out more here.
|What||A vagina museum is coming to London|
|Where||Various Locations | MAP|
30 Oct 17 – 30 Nov 17, Date and opening times tbd