Suffragette City, a partnership between the National Trust and The National Archives, will re-create the life of a Suffragette activist in the years before the partial grant of the vote to women in 1918. Inspired by records held by The National Archives, Suffragette City documents the life and arrest of Lillian Ball, a dressmaker and mother from Tooting, arrested for smashing a window in 1912.
Created by immersive experience designers O’Neill/Ross, this project will offer different ways for the public to engage with the Suffrage movement. Come along to read a replica Suffragette newspaper over a cup of Edwardian milk punch, learn jujitsu, join a Suffragette sing-a-long or travel further down the rabbit hole to experience life as a Suffragette. Audience members can go on their first suffragette mission, with actors leading the way, where they will make a series of choices about how committed they are to the fight for equality.
Thursday 8 – Sunday 25 March 2018 (not open Mondays)
Tuesday - Saturday: 12.30- 9.30pm, Sunday: 12.30-5pm
Duration: 1 hour approx
£12.50 - £18.50
WSPU Café, Pavilion, Corner of Coventry Street and Great Windmill Street, London W1J 0DA
Thu 8 Mar 2018 to Sun 25 Mar 2018