Spoken word, poetry + live music inspired by Dundee's strong willed women and the theme of protest!
Female Dundonian jute workers were known for being ‘feisty and strong-willed’ – and are believed to have taken part in over 100 strikes in the city. Join us as we celebrate strong willed women and the theme of protest with an evening of spoken word, poetry and live music.
This event is part of Dundee Women's Festival 2020.
We'll be revealing details of our guest performers as they are confirmed so please check back for more information.
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