Arts & Culture

Poet marks 5 years since the closure of Holloway Prison

This month marks the 5th Anniversary of the closure of Holloway Prison, which housed women and young offenders from 1852 until 2016 when the prison closed for good.

Natalie Scott’s book is a collection of poems which put the spotlight on the stories of its prisoners and workers.

Rare Birds: Voices of Holloway Prison is out now.

Alicia Edwards 6th July 2021

TagArts & Culture, LocationIslington

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