Pussy Riot: Art, Sex & Disobedience in Russia
A conversation with Nadezhda Tolokonnikova, Maria Alyokhina and Luke HardingMon 17 November 2014 - 7.00pm King's College London, Greenwood Theatre, 55 Weston Street, London SE1
Pussy Riot, came to prominence in 2012 when the imprisonment of three of their members caused global outrage. After 18 months Nadya and Masha emerged to find a Russia more in Putin’s control than ever.
At their first ever UK event, they talk to Luke Harding about their time in prison, campaigns for women's rights, political freedom and reform of the justice system and how they became a thorn in the side of one of the world’s most powerful men.
Hosted by the Russia Institute at King’s College London.
Running time: approximately 90 minutes, no interval.
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