‘East End Suffragettes: The Photographs of Norah Smyth’
Time Out says
Get an intimate insight into Sylvia Pankhurst’s socialist suffragette movement at this exhibition of remarkable photographs taken 100 years ago and just a stone’s throw from where they were originally snapped in Bethnal Green. Behind the lens was women’s rights activist Norah Smyth who captured the suffragettes’ fight for justice. It’s a snapshot of an extraordinary moment in women’s social history.
Head along on Friday December 14, when the curators will be celebrating 100 years since (some) British women got to vote for the first time.