Voices from the edge

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Voices from the edge

(Exeter)

Drawing together activities across Devon and Cornwall, our most southerly hub explores different ways of existing ‘on the edge’. What does it mean to be on the edges – of nation, gender, sexuality, death, art, sport, fashion – that guide our daily lives?

 

‘Dangerous’ influences: in the archive with Radclyffe Hall

(Exeter)

Radclyffe Hall’s 1928 novel ‘The Well of Loneliness’ was banned as ‘obscene’ and described as a ‘danger’ to youth. This event features a performance written by playwright Natalie McGrath that draws on Dr Jana Funke’s work on Hall.