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Workshops and supporting Feature Films at the Barn Theatre, Saxon Lane, Seaford.

Saturday June 30th  3.00pm  Make More Noise

Kevin Gordon talks about his special interest in the suffragette movement. His material includes photographs of the Houses of Parliament attacks and archival records from the Metropolitan Police.  Following this talk tea and cakes will be available.   Tickets: Free

At 4.30 a film called Suffragette will be screened.  Set in 1912 and 1913 it chronicles key moments of the movement.  Tickets: £5, £3.50 for under 25’s

Sunday July 1st  2.30pm   Golden Girls

This short film explores a later-life adventure in communal living. There will be a Q & A with the film’s director, Alice Rhodes.   Tickets: Free

This will be followed at 3.30 a showing of Gentlemen Prefer Blondes.  Could this be Hollywood’s first feminist movie? Film studies lecturer and writer for Little White Lies magazine and founder of @girls on film, Rebecca  Ellis, will be arguing that despite all the female stereotyping she can make a convincing argument to support this.  Certainly Jane Russell and Marilyn Monroe shared top billing leaving the men as support artists.

Tickets: £5, £3.50 under 25’s