Telling the forgotten stories of women and girls.
Dreadnought South West (DSW) is a charitable organisation based in Exeter that connects individuals and communities through telling forgotten or overlooked stories about women. We spoke to Co-Directors Josie Sutcliffe and Natalie McGrath...
What do you do?
Dreadnought South West (DSW) started in 2012 when we created a new play about the Great 1913 Women’s Suffrage Pilgrimage. We’ve continued to make work and generate platforms for the telling of great, often previously unheard, stories about women and girls.
DSW is based in Exeter where we host annual events such as Occupy the Airwaves, in collaboration with Phonic FM – Exeter’s Community Radio – and Exeter Phoenix Arts Centre. We also tour work to theatres, village halls, colleges and schools, and libraries and museums, across the South West region and beyond.
More info: https://exeterculture.com/maker-in-focus-1/2018/12/18/dreadnought-south-west-1
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