• Greene, A. (Advisor)
  • Caoimhe McAvinchey (Organiser)
  • Lois Weaver (Invited speaker)

Activity: Participating in or organising an eventSeminar/workshop/course


A multifaceted event including the un:mute art exhibition by artist-in-residence Laura Dean, a sharing of findings from the AHRC Women/Theatre/Justice research project, and a long table discussion on 'How can we end the criminalisation of women?’
As part of The Peopling the Palace(s) Festival, the Women/Theatre/Justice team ran a multi-faceted event comprising three elements:

· un:mute – an exhibition of artwork, a screening of Sweatbox (Chloë Moss) and interviews with Members, staff and associates, past and present.

· A sharing of findings from the Women/Theatre/Justice research project.

· A Long Table on ‘How can we end the criminalisation of women?’

The event was free of charge.

The Peopling the Palace(s) Festival ran from 3-11th June 2023 and aimed to connect academics, artists, students, and alumni in a wonderful programme of performances, conferences, exhibitions conversations and fun.

Produced by Drama at Queen Mary and the Air Supply Collective
Period7 Jun 2023
Event typeWorkshop
LocationLondon , United KingdomShow on map
Degree of RecognitionNational