Speaking after the event, Associate Professor Terret said, "I was absolutely elated by the success and the popularity of the event. The feedback was overwhelming and the staff and students who performed shared their delight and pride at being part of the line-up.
"We organised it at such short notice, but with everyone's hands-on collaborative approach before and on the day, we made it happen! We were determined to relish in the temporary women's space.
"Every act was a highlight, including Sam's presentation on her rights as a Global Majority trans-woman, which feels so important and relevant right now to support our sisters. And, Rhiannon performing her spoken word while her three-year-old son watched on in the audience before joining her on stage at the end.
"Each act was performed and presented in such poignant ways, sharing experiences of oppression, of strength, of vulnerability, of common sense, of the weight carried, of the constant negotiation of the everyday silencing that we all experience. A moving, uplifting, subversive, nourishing and celebratory moment in time."
Images by: Francesca Iris Redighieri