The Wilding Festival

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On June 14 1913, 6,000 women dressed in white marched to Bloomsbury’s St George’s Church to pay their respects to suffragette Emily Davison, who died when she stepped in front of the King’s horse at the Derby to highlight her cause. 

A hundred years later, St George’s honours the anniversary with a four-day festival spanning new music, theatre, dance, discussion and visual art. Performing and exhibiting artists include Soundcastle, Consortium5, Troupe, the London Gay Men’s Chorus, Folie a Deux Femme and more. Visit the website for a full list of events, which range in price from free to £10.

 

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