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The female poet, musician and dancer revisits how London’s grime scene gave her a voice in this new work, which marks the centenary of UK women winning the right to vote.
Developed with non-voters, this provocative new work imagines what the UK would look like with representatives selected not by election but by lottery.
14-18 NOW and Artichoke invited women* and girls across the UK to join this major mass-participation artwork celebrating 100 years since women won the vote.
This vital musical homage to the campaigning suffragette Sylvia Pankhurst celebrated the centenary of the Representation of the People Act 1918.