Call the Midwife and the Changing Face of Feminism

Call the Midwife and the Changing Face of Feminism

This event has finished Took place on: Monday, 19th Feb 2018

With its strong female cast, and women leading behind the scenes, 'Call the Midwife' has been one of Britain’s most popular drama series since it launched in 2012 and it continues to be one of the most loved and watched dramas in the UK.

The friendships, struggles and triumphs of women remain at the heart of the series as it moves into the 1960s.

Join actor Jenny Agutter, writer and creator Heidi Thomas, and executive producer Dame Pippa Harris for a discussion of how the societal changes of the era can be portrayed on screen - and how these themes still resonate today.

Cost: £18.00


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Europe/London Call the Midwife and the Changing Face of Feminism Join actor Jenny Agutter, writer and creator Heidi Thomas, and executive producer Dame Pippa Harris for a discussion of how the societal changes of the era can be portrayed on screen - and how these themes still resonate today. https://www.ianvisits.co.uk/calendar/2018/02/19/call-the-midwife-and-the-changing-face-of-feminism-161743 Victoria and Albert Museum,Cromwell Road, London,London,London

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