Little elevations: walk and talk in Hannah More's poetic landscape
A talk on Hannah More from Dr Samantha Matthews, Senior Lecturer in Victorian Studies at the University of Bristol, followed by a guided walk of Tyntesfield's plantation with Holly Corfield Carr on Sunday 19 August.
This National Poetry Day, Thursday 4 October, poets Holly Corfield Carr, Rachael Boast and Samantha Walton host a celebration of re-reading at Spike Island in Bristol. Through relaxed and open discussion they explore how we read our favourite poems and writing by women.
This year marks the centenary of a key victory in the struggle for suffrage which gave some women the right to vote. Here's a selection of places in the South West who are exploring the stories of women who fought for the vote and influenced change throughout history.
For me, for her, for you is a seven track audio work by artists LOW PROFILE - weaving together interviews, songs and recorded messages with new sound work by collaborator Neil Rose. It’s best when listened to in order, happy listening.