Saints, Sinners and Sisters

It’s not all about suffragettes though; there’s a women preacher, a candidate for Shakespeare’s Dark Lady, and a seventh-century saint. Oh and poet who stabbed her mother to death with a kitchen knife.

Saints, Sinners and Sisters

After 2018, and our celebrations of the hundredth anniversary of women in the UK getting the vote, it’s a chance to check out some of the women who got us there. It’s not all about suffragettes though; there’s a women preacher, a candidate for Shakespeare’s Dark Lady, and a seventh-century saint. Oh and poet who stabbed her mother to death with a kitchen knife.

Meeting Place:

St. Paul's Underground, exit 2

Time:

10:45

Cheapside, London

No commitment. No upfront payment

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Standard ticket prices are £15.00, however concessions are available. Super adults (over 65s) £10.00, junior 8-15 years old (accompanied by an adult) £5.00, 0-8-year-olds go free.

 

This walk is run in conjunction with London Walks.

Don't worry if you dont live locally or simply cant get out to a walk.  Some of our guided walks are also available as virtual walks.  To see a list of the Heritage and Arts virtual walks currently scheduled click here.