Emmeline Pankhurst was born on 15 July 1858, on what would have been her 158th birthday take a moment to look at some of the incredible political and artistic work she and other women of the period  were actively engaged in. You can find out more about the artistic and theatrical legacy of the Suffrage Movement in our book  Art, Theatre and Women’s Suffrage by Irene Cockroft and Susan Croft and read some of the plays that grew out of this movement in Votes for Women and other plays edited by Susan Croft. These two publications were part of a wider project on the The Suffragettes and she can discover more on the project’s website. panel 2 3panel 2 - Copy key players4panel 2 - Copy

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