It was great to hear more about the constitutional suffragists and their journey alongside the more familiar WSPU stories - and the cast were full of passion and energy.
There was also a speech from one of the Greenham Common women protesters who had been jailed in Holloway for her actions - she spoke movingly about her experiences and the past and future of feminist activism. A relative of one of the most famous militant suffragettes, Annie Kenney, also spoke.
An edit of the final speech from Cicely Hamilton's
Thoughts, reflections, bits of research