Join us for a fascinating Women’sWork100 film screening and tour .
See 3 short films from the archives of the Imperial War Museum, that have been remastered for the 100th anniversary of WW1.
Following the films, enjoy a fascinating tour of Arnos Vale Cemetery with our expert guide, and discover the real life stories in the cemetery of the Wonderful Women remembered on site.
Deeds not Words: The Suffragette Surgeons of WWI Alison Ramsey-Digital Drama WINNER: Best Use of IWM Archive Material
As part of the broader campaign for women’s right to vote, suffragettes Flora Murray and Louisa Garrett Anderson founded the Endell Street Hospital, run entirely by women. Skilfully using rarely seen photographs, letters and archival film, it tells the remarkable story of the women who tirelessly worked at the hospital
The War Women of England – The contribution of British women to the war effort as shown in the WAR OFFICE TOPICAL BUDGET newsreel 1917-1918.
Women in Nursing and Medicine during the First World War – A composite of IWM news reel footage showing women in nursing and medicine during the First World War.
With musical accompaniment