It is 1914 and the women of Birmingham are busy campaigning for suffrage. Campaigning for the right to vote has been a hard fought battle with women resorting to desperate measures to get their voices heard.

Will you stand with them?

Join us for a very special evening commemorating and celebrating this landmark period of women's history.

Step back in time and witness leading Birmingham suffragettes such as Bertha Ryland  and Catherine Osler fight for women’s rights in Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery. 

The drama unfolds around you, with virtual protests and demonstrations; fighting for justice – will you join them?

Start the night with a complimentary period cocktail crafted by The Canal House using Aviation Gin.

Make everything you need to show your support for the campaign.
Watch as the drama unfolds around you
Party the night away with live band Jukebox Jazz playing music from the early 1900s with the bar staying open until late, serving Pimms, wine, beer and soft drinks.