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‘56 Artillery Lane’ a Raven Row Exhibition – Review by Anna Pigott

A cluster of rooms in a 18th Century Huguenot weaver’s house in Aldgate has recently been sent back in time to the spring of 1974, as ‘56 Artillery Lane’, a group exhibition at Raven Row which takes inspiration from the

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Visit to the Lesbian Herstory Archive by Eva Megias

At the beginning of May I visited New York for the first time. I wanted to walk around Manhattan and get a sense of the city. I enjoyed overhearing people’s conversations on park benches, many of them in Spanish, and

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Julia Stonehouse Book Reading – Sat 8th July

Julia Stonehouse Book Reading Saturday, 8th July, 2-4pm Feminist Library Julia Stonehouse, author of Idols to Incubators will be holding a booklaunch and Q&A about her new book The Misconception Files. Open to all. Donations to the Library welcome. The Misconception

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SYRUP Review by Lizzie Blair

The first edition of SYRUP zine boasts an eclectic compilation of art and literature exploring the themes of sweetness, liquidity and viscosity in a slick, professional publication. Founded by Emily Briselden Waters and Grace Crannis from the Royal College of

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Typical Girls Magazine – Out 22nd May

We are pleased to hear about the imminent release of the third issue of Typical Girls. Out on 22nd May, Issue 3 is based around Generations, and features the likes of Hollie Cook (in the lead up to the release

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Feminist Yoga – Every Thursday

Feminist Yoga at the Feminist Library every Thursday, 7pm-8:30pm. 5a Westminster Bridge Road, SE1 7XW How do we reimagine self-care? How do we validate, honour, love the anger our feminist activism requires to use it for change? How do we

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Sara Pascoe Interview

Writer, stand-up comedian and vegan Sara Pascoe is kindly supporting May’s Friends Scheme with a prize draw to win a copy of her latest book and gig tickets. Following appearances on satirical TV shows The Thick of It, Have I

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Crafternoon Review by Lorna Harrington

Last month Maria and I held a Crafternoon in the Feminist Library periodicals room. This was the first time we had set up and ran our own event at the library so we were both excited and nervous. Having both

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Meditation, Mindfulness and Writing – New course starts 3rd June

Explore meditation, mindfulness and writing at the Feminist Library. The course runs over four Saturdays on 3rd June, 17th June, 24th June, and 1 July. 3pm – 6:15 pm. Feminist Library, 5a Westminster Bridge Road, SE1 7XW. This course is

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Queer Zine-Making and Crafting – 10th June

Saturday, 10th June, 10am – 2pm, Feminist Library. A chance to sit round a table with a bunch of lovely people and chat about life, work on some projects, bring your own knitting/cross-stitch/badge making/paper/pens/snacks etc. It’ll be a very chill

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