It’s all about women at the moment, with Women’s History Month, International Women’s Day, and the one hundredth anniversary of the Representation of the People Act all being celebrated. Suffragette City Immersive Experience lets you walk in the shoes of a suffragette – just for an hour, mind – and see what life was really like. Taking place at the Women’s Social and Political Union’s (WSPU) headquarters, it follows the testimony of Lillian Ball, a dressmaker and mother from Tooting, who was arrested for smashing a window in 1912. Attendees are offered the opportunity to undertake tasks and crack puzzles as they confront the difficult decisions that the movement faced. As well as the experience, the National Trust (who now operate the premises) are running special workshops covering self defence, artwork, and singing. How brave are you?
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