Daring to Hope: Book Launch with Sheilah Rowbotham

Daring to Hope: Book Launch with Sheilah Rowbotham

In this powerful memoir Sheila Rowbotham looks back at the women’s liberation movement, left politics and the vibrant, creative culture of a decade in which freedom and equality seemed possible. It is a riveting personal history of second wave feminism from the front...
What can we do to end male violence?

What can we do to end male violence?

In this workshop we will hear about some of the preventative work being done, including work with young people around gender equality and gender norms, bystander interventions, community education and campaigns. Part of the School of Activism 2.0 curriculum.

We are Angry Women

We are Angry Women

Stop telling us to be scared. The streets were already ‘our streets’ and they have been getting safer for years. The only thing that has been on the increase is fear, and this is being used to divide and control us. As a woman, if I die a violent death it will almost...
Bread & Roses: International Women’s Day Poetry Fundraiser

Bread & Roses: International Women’s Day Poetry Fundraiser

Raise the Bar Presents: BREAD & ROSES – An International Women’s Day poetry fundraiser celebrating the strength and achievements of women and folks of other oppressed genders and raising money for Refugee Women of Bristol. ‘The worker must have bread,...
I am an Emotional Creature

I am an Emotional Creature

“Emotional Creature” by Eve Ensler. A play about girls’ voices from around the world. Medics Drama and BOGS are once again collaborating to bring you the new and improved Vagina Monologues 2019: I am an emotional creature!  We are performing a series...
EVENT – A Womb of One’s Own – 15/07/2017

EVENT – A Womb of One’s Own – 15/07/2017

‘A Womb of One’s Own’ comes to Bristol “Grandmamie, if no-one touches my boobs before I’m 21 I’m going to explode all over the net curtains from pent-up sexual frustration!”  Following its sell-out London debut and a highly acclaimed performance in Birmingham, Bristol...