A Vote for Whom?

Things to do, Late openings Free

Time Out says

One hundred years on from the year (some) women in the UK were given the right to vote for the first time, this Friday late at the V&A examines what work is still needed today in the fight for equality and enfranchisement. Head to the museum after hours to explore contemporary practises of activism, what democracy looks like now and to listen to stories of narratives still yet to have their place in the spotlight. Find out more here.



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