The Dangerous Woman's Guide To Transgressive BehaviourFestival
25 November 19:00 - 26 November 07:00
There are women who have always refused the life of the socially acceptable woman. There are women who have been forgotten, erased, misinterpreted or much maligned by history. From warrior queens, defiant writers, unsung heroes, suffragettes and the plight of the 'creative muse'; come join five writer/ performers as they re-tell the stories of some truly transgressive women in a night of storytelling, poetry, song and music.
Lucy Ribchester on the Suffragettes!
Magi Gibson on Camille Claudel, Stella Cartwright and other muses!
Jenny Lindsay on Sonia Orwell!
Mara Menzies on Queen Nzinga of Angola!
and very special guest Emma Pollock, with songs from 'In Search of Harperfield.'
This event is a partnership event for Previously... Scotland's History Festival, programmed by Flint & Pitch, and brought to you with the kind support of 'The Year of Dangerous Women' project at The Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities, University of Edinburgh.