Based on fresh, original testimonies given by over 100 Greenham Common Women, this talk offers an intimate portrait of the adventures, personalities and dilemmas of the Greenham Women, exploring how Greenham’s legacy has influenced current cultural, and political movements including Repeal The 8th, Extinction Rebellion, the Stanstead 15 and the MeToo movement.
Rebecca Mordan, Artistic Director of Scary Little Girls Association and co-ordinator of this unique Heritage Lottery funded project has led an interview process involving approx 100 Women of Greenham Common peace camp. In this talk she explains the work and shares anecdotes from these extraordinary campaigners, finishing the evening with a Q and A session when Rebecca will be joined by local Greenham Women who have contributed to the Greenham Women Everywhere project.
£10.00 advance (or 4 for £36.00)
£12.00 on the door
Carers go free on production of Carer's Card (available in person)