Bahá’ Events: Women’s Equality and True Prosperity Wednesday 18 April & Thursday 3 May



To mark the centenary of women’s suffrage in the UK, the Bahá’í communities of Maidenhead and Marlow warmly invite you to an evening to explore the Bahá’í teachings on women’s equality, and to celebrate the lives of some extraordinary women who helped to shape the early history of the Bahá’í Faith in the UK.

Wednesday 18 April 7:30pm
St Luke’s Community Hall, Norfolk Road, Maidenhead SL6 7AT

Thursday 3 May 7:30pm |
Garden Room, Liston Hall, Marlow SL7 1DD

All welcome!

RSVP would be helpful for catering purposes, but absolutely not essential. If you are able, please email to confirm or call Jita and Mike Gammage on 01628 637801

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Women’s Equality and True Prosperity


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Roughshod is a professional touring theatre company created by Riding Lights in 1992 to concentrate on grass-roots community touring.

It is well-known for taking its unique brand of high-energy performance with a spiritual edge to all kinds of places where live theatre is rare but greatly enjoyed. Creative, comic, confounding… Roughshod is ready to be witnessed in communities across the UK.

Designed to perform just about anywhere, annually Roughshod reaches a live audience of around 30,000 adults and children. It has been acclaimed from Belfast to Brixton for creating powerful new pieces of theatre.

Roughshod tours from local bases in every type of area, from the East End of London to southern Ireland, from inner city Glasgow to the rural Forest of Dean, bringing a repertoire of shows and workshops to people from all walks of life.

From Sunday 18th March for 10 days, Roughshod will be working with All Saints Church, St Luke’s Church and the Good Shepherd Cox Green. Everyone is welcome and full details can be found on the attached poster. Tickets for breakfast from St. Luke’s church, All Saints Church or Good Shepherd Cox Green and Eventbrite for Deliver.

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