Haunt London, which promotes London history and folklore, organised a sell out event at the Backyard Comedy Club in East London on April 17th.
Caitlin spoke about ‘The Hollowayettes: the Suffragettes at Holloway Prison’, while the brilliant Sarah Jackson revealed the stories of the East London Suffragettes.
Sarah co-founded the East End Women’s Museum, which will soon be moving to a permanent home in Barking. The museum began as a response to the opening of an alleged women’s history museum, which turned out to be just another celebration of Jack the Ripper.
Books were sold by Newham Bookshop, an independent bookshop founded back in 1978.