The players really put their blood, sweat, and tears into roller derby – and not just on the track. The publication showcases the very creative and artistic illustrations, photography, graphic designs, and articles from members of the roller derby community.
Happy Libraries Week to all! Need some inspiration for the next book to add to your reading list? We’ve got suggestions! On the first Wednesday of every month, GWL team members share what we’ve read recently at our Book Picnic…
Emilie, who was on placement with us last Spring, highlights how a selection of books she borrowed at the start of lockdown each look at different aspects of isolation.
This Autumn, we have a host of free online events for you to get involved with, including creative writing workshops, reading groups, exhibitions and more!
Currently, like many other organisations, our learning and events programme is entirely online, for the first time in GWL’s history. How do we try to make this space welcoming and inspiring? And what can you expect when you join us?
Seeing Things volunteer Freya visited the Mid-Century Modern exhibition at Dovecot Studios and learned more about Mary Quant and Laura Ashley.
My primary school teacher once asked me, “Who are you?”. I gave her my name. “No”, she said smiling, “I mean, how would you describe yourself using one word?” I looked up at her from my cross-legged position on the floor. My classmates around me started to shift and fidget. I took a moment to […]
GWL have had a wonderful time putting together an hour long special for Subcity Radio to mark Fresher’s Week 2020.
Need some inspiration for the next book to add to your reading list? We’ve got suggestions! On the first Wednesday of every month, GWL team members share what we’ve read recently at our Book Picnic…
Roller Derby dismantles what it means to be ‘feminine’. It mixes adrenaline and ferocity with the provocative. Often, players names are derived from pop-culture references and the bouts are no different. This specific programme draws from the classic romantic genre Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë.