Suzanne Wrack

Suzanne Wrack is the Guardian and Observer’s women’s football correspondent - the first person to hold this role at a national newspaper. In A WOMAN’S GAME, she explores the history of women’s football from the Victorian era – when players wore high-heeled boots – to the present day. It is the story of a rise, fall, and rise again, from the game’s first appearance in England in the late nineteenth century, through to the height of its popularity in 1920, when crowds of 53,000 flocked to Goodison Park. Subsequently banned for 50 years in the UK, Wrack’s story ends in triumph, with England’s Lionesses’ victory at the Euros in the summer of 2022.

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Featuring Talks By:
Patrick Radden Keefe
Thomas Halliday
Suzanne Wrack
Dean Burnett
Kirsty Sedgman

5 Speakers, 15 Minutes Each - February 2023

Join us in February as we dig into prehistoric landscapes and the science of emotion, explore America's underbelly and celebrate sporting glory and England's Lionesses