Join us at the Museum of Cornish Life in Helston on Saturday 20th July at 2pm to celebrate the culmination of the Rebellious Sounds Archive NLHF funded project with a performance by The Ingleheart Singers and The Suitcase Singers of 6 original songs inspired by real stories of women’s activism contained within the archive.
Songwriters Jaime Lock, Lande Hekt and Louise Jordan have been working with Composer and Choir Leader Claire Ingleheart over the last few months to create the 6 songs that you will hear on the day, covering themes such as the climate crisis, gender critical activism and domestic abuse support.
The performance will be held in the unique space of the Museum of Cornish Life’s drill hall, with singing interspersed with talk from Claire and the songwriters about their inspiration and Project Coordinator Carmen Talbot on the archive stories themselves.
Light refreshments will be available.
For more information about the Rebellious Sounds Archive project, check out the Dreadnought South West website here: http://dreadnoughtsouthwest.org.uk/rebellious-sounds-archive/
For travel and access information, visit the Museum of Cornish Life’s website here: https://museumofcornishlife.co.uk/visit/
This is a FREE event, but we encourage visitors to give a donation to the museum on the day.
The Rebellious Sounds Archive project is funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund thanks to Players of the National Lottery.