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Based on first-hand accounts and experiences, “Fighting Ladies” offers nine women who were active in the northern part of the Westhoek during the First World War a living platform. The women share their stories on four different stages: Marie and Irène Curie (Veurne), the two Angels of Pervijze Elsie and Mairi, Mietje Boeuf and Madame Tack (active as soldier mothers along the Yser), Queen Elisabeth (active in De Panne) and Käthe Kollwitz. The Lady of the Blankaart Castle and her nieces feature as usherettes. The charming Blankaart Castle grounds provide the backdrop for the theatre walks, which are translated digitally and simultaneously into French, German and English.Location: De Blankaart - DiksmuideThis exhibition is part of a series of exhibitions about several iconic women during WWI. Have a look at www.hersideofthewar.be to discover the complete programme.
Women in the front line - theatre walks

Where

Iepersteenweg  56
8600 Diksmuide

When

From Thursday, September 29, 2016
To Sunday, October 2, 2016

Contact

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