Winson Green Prison (SE), by Rosalind Göthberg and Siri Sandquist, is a larp about the women who fought for the right to vote in the UK during the beginning of the 20th century.
It aims to tell the story of these women and the men who stood in their shadows.
The larp wants to open up for a discussion around where we come from and what sacrifices were made to get us where we are today, within the fight for gender equality.
It is about when politics become private and the private becomes political.
The larp revolves around themes such as political ideals and struggle, oppression, liberation, relationships, family values, fear and love.