The trial of suffragette, Eileen Casey recreated in our Theatre of Law
DID SHE PLAN TO KILL A KING…
In our court this spring, the years roll back to the trial of suffragette Eileen Casey. Was she a women’s rights campaigner driven to extremes, or an anarchist and would-be Royal assassin? Edwardian suffragettes committed outrageous and violent acts in their fight to vote. Eileen was arrested carrying explosives during George V’s visit to Nottingham. Join our re-enactment of the 1914 case – part of our Right to Vote exhibition – and judge history for yourself. Did Eileen’s cause really justify her crime?
Tickets: This activity is included within the general admission price (Adults £10.95 with concessions available)