Monthly Archives: March 2016

Women’s History Month

Not only does International Women’s Day fall in March, it turns out it is also Women’s History Month. As you will all know from previous posts I’m interested in local history and politics and I recently made this list of … Continue reading

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Has Old Vic lost her way?

On Tuesday this week, as part of International Women’s Day celebrations, I was street-canvassing for the Women’s Equality Party in Waterloo. We had decided to wait outside the Old Vic for the audience from their Gender Debate to exit – … Continue reading


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The shadow street

As part of the work I am doing for my Artist in Residence project, I have been inspired by conversations with my neighbours – and the loan of some old maps by one of them, to look into the past … Continue reading

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