Washing Dirty Linen In Public is an art and performance piece that tells the story of women's labour and activism in North Kensington, from laundry workshop to birth control clinic, 1870-1970.
It was originally commissioned by the Serpentine Galleries and is now being showcased as part of Portobello Pavilion festival of arts.
It will be staged on Monday 8th July from 7-8pm at Powis Square, Notting Hill, London W11 2AZ.
All events at the festival are free. No advance booking required.
It is written and directed by Constantine Gras. Starring Nina Atesh, Rawlene Evelyn, Rebecca Hauser and Michelle Strutt.
The Portobello Pavilion is a temporary architectural hub offering free art-and-doing activities to all ages from 4th - 14th July. It pops up each summer in Powis Square with an exciting new experimental build, people gather here to learn new skills, share ideas and spend time with family and friends.