Verdant Works

Verdant Works
West Henderson's Wynd, Dundee, DD1 5BT

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Bonnie Fechters: Songs and Stories of Hope and Resistance

An evening of inspiring stories and songs about women’s activism and struggle locally, nationally and internationally.

Sat 11 Mar

£5 (£3.50) / 01382 309060

Part of Dundee Women’s Festival.

Home Front in Dundee: WWI Family Day

Explore what life was like in Dundee during WWI. Listen to the tunes of the time, meet costumed Home Front heroes, make a jute sandbag and get a taste of what your ration book would get you 100 years ago.

Sun 30 Jul

included in admission / 01382 309060

Indian Summer Family Day

A family-friendly afternoon of music, food and dance to celebrate Dundee’s international community and the historic links between Dundee and the Indian sub-continent. There is a Bollywood performance, a talk on jute, traditional sitar music and drop-in arts and crafts.

Sat 19 Aug

included in admission / 01382 309060

Local History Fair

A fair for anyone interested in genealogy or the social history of Dundee with a mix of family and local history societies as well as presentations.

Sun 11 Jun

Free / 01382 309060

O Halflins an Hecklers an Weavers an Weemin: A Dundee Play

A Dundonian play written by John Quinn and telling the true tale of Jute. Performed by ZeroThreeFifteen Theatre Company. The play is accompanied with music by Alice Marra, Loads O’ Weemin Singin and the Lochee Linties.

Fri 23 Jun

£5 (£3.50; Children £3.50) / 01382 309060

Sat 24 Jun

£5 (£3.50; Children £3.50) / 01382 309060

Sun 25 Jun

£5 (£3.50; Children £3.50) / 01382 309060

Stories of Dundee: Fae me Tay you

Folk singer and storyteller Lynne Campbell performs songs and stories that have been captured through conversations with Dundonians.

Thu 15 Jun

£3 (£2; Children £2) / 01382 309060

Women's Words Walk: A family-friendly poetry tour of Verdant Works

A family-friendly tour bringing the social history of Victorian Dundee to life through the poetry written by the women who lived there.

Women's Work in Victorian Dundee: Poetry, Press and Politics

A talk focusing on the history of working women writers from Dundee and surrounding areas, as recovered in Professor Blair’s new anthology of Dundee-based newspaper verse, The Poets of the People’s Journal.

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