3:30 pm - 6:15 pm


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Tickets £5.50 adv. MOTD   

Throughout 2018 clandestine collaborators D.N.W. (Deeds Not Words) celebrated the Vote100 centenary. D.N.W. (created a string of guerilla art stunts which they filmed to celebrate some of the extraordinary stories of the Suffragettes through a 21st century lens. Surreal, subversive and playful, their films explore these tales through experimental costume, music and creativity.

This year they have created a new film called SuffraJitsu. Come along to the premiere and see how the Suffragettes fought back using martial arts!

Doors 3.30pm

4pm onwards fanzine workshop (Games room)

Create your own Suffrajitsu fanzine using collage and/or illustration and let the world know which tales of wonderful / warrior women inspire you.

4.30pm – 5.30pm  Find your voice workshop

Find your voice, build confidence and resilience  with Girl Gang’s bespoke  one hour workshop that combines movement and theatre, exercise, discussion and games.

5.30pm  Screening of DNW Chapters 1 – 3 (3 short films)
5.45pm Screening of SuffraJitsu plus a talk by D.N.W.
6.15pm close.

Throughout the event Minnow books will have a stall/table.

The films are PG certificate and the event is suitable for young people aged approx. 10 and above.

 The event is female focused but men are welcome to the screenings, Q&A and fanzine workshop too.

The event will be filmed and photographed. The Find Yor Voice workshop won’t be filmed.

Sorry no refunds available.

The SuffraJitsu short film is being created as a result of, and seed funded by, the British Council’s FamLab 2018

  • Artwork by Anja Uhren.


Arts Council England
British Council
Heritage Fund
Key Fund