Making Change: Standing Strong for Women, the Environment & Social Justice

Running Time
180 mins

Totterdown’s Old Picture House hosts this multimedia event co-ordinated by veteran poet and activist on violence against women Gill Hague (pictured above, left, with Nazand Begikhani). The film component comprises a selection of short films and poems by the late Maya Angelou. There’s also poetry about women in Uganda, India, Greece from Gill; poetry by video about women in the Middle East and Iraqi Kurdistan, by renowned Kurdish poet Nazand Begikhani; and poetry by local poet Rachel Bentham. All this plus Native American flute by Dave Merrick. The event is in aid of TreeSisters and Uganda’s Mifumi (domestic violence project). Go here for further information and email Dave at for tickets, price £10/£8.

By robin askew, Monday, Jan 13 2020


  • The Old Picture House

    Fri February 28, 2020

    • 7:30 pm

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