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Pussy Riot Theatre: Riot Days

A masterclass in activism from Pussy Riot’s Maria Alyokhin.

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Pussy Riot Theatre: Riot Days

Date: 18 Jan 2018

Through confronting theatre, film and blood-pumping music, this masterclass in activism from Pussy Riot’s Maria Alyokhina tells the story of the dissident punk group’s solitary confinement in Russia for criticising Vladimir Putin.

“Freedom doesn’t exist unless you fight for it every day,” Alyokhina says. “The choice is very simple – to act or to stay silent. What we are showing is just one small example.”

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