Uncover the role of women in Britain over the Royal Albert Hall’s history, and look to the future with the Women and the Hall season.
Commemorating the 100th anniversary of the Representation of the People Act of 1918, a series of screenings, talks and performances led by an all-female line-up highlight the role of women at the iconic concert hall.
From hosting more than 20 Suffragette rallies to providing a platform for inspirational female figures, the venue takes a retrospective look at remarkable moments from its 147-year history and charts present day and future changes.
Women and the Hall festival programme
- Discover the free Women and the Hall: Past, Present, Future exhibition, featuring a collection of photographs from the in-house archives. 1 Mar-16 Apr
- Delve into the historic movement with a screening of the film Suffragette, alongside an all-female panel. 26 Mar
- Learn about the women who have worked and performed at the hall with a live episode of The Guilty Feminist podcast. 19 Feb
- See singer-songwriter Ayanna Witter-Johnson perform live in the same venue that once hosted Janis Joplin’s only solo show in England. 6 Mar
- Listen to talented female performers during a performance of Late Night Jazz. Alternatively, opt for a Classical Coffee Morning, Live Music Brunch or more music events. Various dates
- Go Behind the Lens with Photographer Christie Goodwin for a fascinating look into the world of music photography. 25 Mar
- Join a line-up of writers and performers for an evening of spoken word in That’s What She Said. 7 Mar
- Learn all about an inspirational organisation with The WI: Past, Present, Future. 24 Mar
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Some events are free to attend, others require a paid-for ticket.
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