Celebrating International Women's Day!
Who was Florence Nightingale? Louise Jordan explores the legacy of this pioneering statistician who used data to call for government accountability, demanding equal healthcare for all. Through song and storytelling Jordan disrupts the traditional narrative and invites you to consider the relevance of Florence’s work today, as well as shining a light on lesser known aspects of Florence Nightingale’s life and work.
This event is part of our International Women's Day celebrations! Find out more about the week's events here.
Protest Badgemaking inspired by Florence Nightingale
The night will consist of...
1 hour performance: Florence
15 minute interval
45 minute pub-style quiz! There will be multiple rounds, ranging from arts and culture, to statistics, travel and geography, to religion and theology.
Event: Friday 11 March, 7.30pm
Book tickets for Florence: The Lesser Known Life and Legacy of Florence Nightingale at Hampshire Cultural Trust's Forest Arts Centre, New Milton now!
This event is on sale at full capacity. If this changes, we will be in contact with those who have booked to discuss booking changes. We are taking steps to help everyone have a safe and enjoyable time. More information is available here