Talks

8 p.m. Monday 5th March 2019

Sylvia Pankhurst: the unknown Pankhurst, an illustrated talk for the Wissey Valley Labour Party branch meeting at Wereham Village Hall.

 

4.15 p.m. Saturday 30th June 2018

Jackie participated in the Centennial Reflections conference at University of Surrey in June 2018. She performed an excerpt from her play Sylvia, and was part of a round table discussion on the subject of dramatising the suffragettes.

6.30 p.m. Wednesday 7th March 2018

A public talk on the Suffragettes for the Newcastle Counterfire group.

7 p.m. Tuesday 11th July 2017

Ye are many - they are few: Shelley, poet and revolutionary

at The Arts House, 108A Stokes Croft, Bristol BS1 3RU

organised by Bristol Counterfire.

1 p.m. Wednesday 1st February 2017

The Exotic World of the Georgian Theatre

at the Wisbech & Fenland Museum,

organised for the Friends of the Wisbech Museum).

In 1970 BBC Radio 4 broadcast her talk, Welbondongah about her time working on an Australian sheep station. The talk was repeated on Pick of the Week.

Past events

Theatre performances

For information about previous performances of Sylvia a one-woman play about Sylvia Pankhurst, see the Lynx Theatre and Poetry website

Poetry performances

 

8 p.m. Monday 17th July 2017

The Plough and Fleece, High Street, Horningsea, Cambs CB25 9JG.

Jacqueline performed with the Cambridge Pub Poets.

7 p.m. Friday 14th July 2017

at St Mary's, Fen Ditton as part of the celebration of its 800th anniversary. Jacqueline read alongside other members of the Cambridge Pub Poets.

8 p.m. Friday 30th June 2017

at the Stables, behind The Crown Inn, 12 Bridge Street, Downham Market, PE38 9DH, with the Downham Songwriters and Poets.

7 p.m. on Thursday 13th April 2017

at The Old Book Shop, 8 High Street, Downham Market PE38 9DB

Jacqueline read poems alongside Carol Ann Wood and Isobel Rose Smith.

6 p.m. on 28th January 2017

at Alex Wood Hall, Norfolk Street, Cambridge CB1 2LD

Jacqueline read some of her poems as part of the launch event for Cloudburst III (Chandler Press).

Poster for a talk on Georgian Theatre at Wisbech Museum on 1 February 2017