ARCADE & Hull Museums presents ‘Don’t Wait Up.
Late night at Streetlife Museum
Protest. Celebrate. Commemorate. Join the resistance!
Alongside women from Hull, we will shine a light on the ongoing issues surrounding women’s safety as the night draws in. Inspired by Hull Museums carriage collection, the night will allow us to reflect on the ways women get home safely – both past and present.
Headlined by the brilliant RashDash, this feminist theatre company will perform a new, gig version of their smash hit show, The Darkest Corners. Confronting violence against women, this powerful piece is a fearsome and triumphant cry of rage, echoing in the night.
This late night at Streetlife will also feature a brilliant line up of live music from local women/non-binary musicians including Alice Clayton of Make Noise Hull & Ysabelle Wombwell, followed by a rallying call from Sarah Hicks of Justice for Our Sisters & a moment of vigil by members of Say Her Name Hull.
– Grab a cocktail
– Lose yourself in audio & video artworks made by local women & non-gender conforming people from Hull
– Snap a selfie after visiting our war paint station
– Make a protest sign
We appreciate a babysitter adds to the cost of a night out and can be a barrier for some parents, if this is the case for you email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll be in touch to offer you a £25 childcare bursary (limited number available)
Enjoy the sounds, sights and smells of the past in the Streetlife Museum, situated in Hull’s old town. Celebrating 200 years of transport history, the museum comes fully-equipped with a 1940s high street and holds a range of themed and family events throughout the year.
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