In proud association with the Bow Street Police Museum, allow Herstorical Tours to transport you back to Edwardian London, and retrace the footsteps (quite literally!) of these incredible women as they marched, preached, fought, smashed, burned, and bombed their way to getting women the vote.
From Westminster to Covent Garden, revisit the locations where the suffragettes held protests, rallies, and staged some more *ahem* ‘creative’ stunts. See also where they were arrested and tried.
On this tour, you will see theatrical re-tellings of the stories of…
Human smuggling involving a Music Hall star…
Vandalism in the National Gallery…
A disabled, working-class suffragette of the East End…
A refugee singer and actress who became an arsonist…
An Indian Princess who joined the cause…
…and many more!
Herstorical tours are guided walking tours with a difference. Created and led by Maria, a performer, and storyteller, the tours focus on women’s stories in London’s history and bring those stories to life using acting, comedy, and fun! With a special focus on the dark and curious underbelly of London’s past along with the ‘forgotten’ women, exploring the hidden nooks and crannies of the city whilst introducing you to the characters that created ‘herstory’ there. Herstorical tours aim to educate on sensitive historical subjects with the right balance of respect and entertainment.
Duration: approximately 120 minutes.
Dates: 3rd February
Price: £18.50 / £14.80 Friends
How to get there
28 Bow Street, London, WC2E 7AW
Friday - Sunday 11:00-16:30
Last entry 16:00
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