You might remember that in January of 2018 I was involved in a street opera ‘Serenading Adela’, which commemorated the centenary of Adela Pankhurst’s imprisonment in Pentridge Prison, and the night when women marched to the prison to ‘serenade’ her with socialist and anti-conscription songs. A full video of the performance will be made, and this short promotional film has been released to attract potential funders. You’ll be hard-pressed to find me, although occasionally I can be glimpsed. Anyway, enjoy the performance…. it was great fun.
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