Archive for the ‘Performance’ Category

Location: LIVERPOOL and Festival, The Box, Fact, 88 Wood St, L1 4DQ, Liverpool Date: Friday 25 September, Time: 2pm Price: £7/£5 Location: LONDON, Goldsmith’s, University of London, Small Hall Cinema Date: Tuesday 29 September Time: 6.30pm Price:£3 CLUB DES FEMMES Presents ‘Why have there been no great women artists?’ This is how the critic Linda […]


From the desk of The Glasgow Women’s Library… I have unfortunately received an email this morning that one of the lead characters in our DVD has had to pull out due to ill health so we are urgently looking for someone to fill the role. The DVD is  a 15 minute film to promote the […]


Date: October 3rd Time: 6pm – 9pm Location: The Crypt, St Pancras parish church, NW1 The Women’s Art Movement, a London based non-profit community group, is launching a new show “Mind the Gap, Bringing Depression Above Ground” running from the 3rd to the 25th of October, 2009. The exhibition introduces a diverse group of national […]


The Association of Greater London Older Women (AGLOW) has a drama project, which brings together older women from different backgrounds to discuss and campaign around issues. They are looking for women to join the group. AGLOW can come to events in Greater London to help facilitate discussions around ageism (including sexism, racism, homophobia and disableism). […]


Date: 02 July 2009 Time: 7.00pm – 9.00pm Location: Glasgow Women’s Library, 81 Parnie Street Further Information and Booking: info@womenslibrary.org.uk The Glasgow Women’s Library have partnered with Amnesty International to bring their International Heroines Exhibition to the library. Eight remarkable women from around the world are profiled in this celebration of freedom of expression and […]


Date: 27 June 2009 Time: 3-6 (Tate Green, Thameside) Location: Tate Modern, London The Women’s Art Library / Make and Feminist Review presents a day of rediscovery and new feminist performance art organised by Oriana Fox ‐ recipient of the Art in the Archive: Living with Make Bursary 2009. Davina Drummond and Nadine Jarvis will […]