No two voices are the same. Join a workshop that experiments with fun exercises in unique speechmaking.
Explore the use of the voice as a tool for feminist action, a tool that can bring people together through protest and song.
Taking its cue from the workshops set up by Sylvia Pankhurst for the East London Federation of Suffragettes in 1914, this workshop explores the voice as a tool in that fight, as the boat moors up in East London's Mile End.
With women's bodies being looked at more than ever, making your voice heard is just as important as it was in Pankhurst’s time, for a whole new set of reasons - almost 100 years later.
Join us in a session with Rose Gibbs that examines what we say out loud, rather than how we look on screen. And all through the power of the individual voice.
PRICE: £5 / Conc. £3.50