Curated by Deborah M Withers

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A programme of events will run alongside the exhibition, including live music and a series of talks:

Opening Events - 30 November:
Jude Alderson, founder of cult performance act the Sadista Sisters will share her memories at 6pm. Followed by legendary folk singer Frankie Armstrong who will sing a few songs and Lizzie Shirley singing the suffragette anthem.

8 December:
The inaugural Queer Zine Fest London, 12-7pm. With its own programme of talks and DJs.

8 December - 13 January:
An exhibition of posters from Melanie Maddison's Shape & Situate fanzine of inspirational European women.


Closing Events - 13 January:

14.00-15.30

A conversation with Barby Asante, founder of the South London Black Music Archive, and exhibition curator Deborah Withers about community memories, generational transmissions and music. Chaired by Tom Perchard, author of Lee Morgan - His Life, Music and Culture. 

16.00-17.00
A screening of a documentary on The Gluts. Comprising Hayley Newman, Gina Birch and Kaffe Matthews, The Gluts are an all-female troupe of activists/artists/musicians.
17.00-18.00
Followed by a Q&A, and the showing of Gluts' pop videos.