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North East Suffragettes: Led astray by the instigation of the devil and the...
Fri, March 24, 2017, 6:00 PM – 7:15 PM GMT
Rosie Serdiville, a local writer and historian with a particular interest in social and domestic history, presents this talk all about how the suffragette movement on Tyneside helped change the political landscape.
Roise is a social historian who has co-written a number of well-received books on local history, including Tommy at War: 1914-1918 The Soldiers' Own Stories, The Little Book of Newcastle and The Great Siege of Newcastle, 1644. She still thinks women have some way to go and doesn’t mind getting dressed up in costume to prove it.
This talk takes place in the Black Gate which is fully accessible to wheelchair users.