To all the women around the world today who are marching, I stand with you. Though I can't be at the London march myself, I wanted to live stream all of the action and include all the details for anyone attending.
These are themed around the idea of creating a space to allow different voices to be heard, which is a core theme of the march.
12.00 - Hear Our voice - The voices of the Millennial generation -often forgotten, now heard and arranged by Rebecca Lenkiewicz, British playwright
12.05 - A voice of the past - Sekela Ngamilo, a young student reading an excerpt from the Freedom or Death speech from the suffragette Emmeline Pankhurst.
12. 07 - A voice from Westminster Stella Creasy (Lab, Walthamstow)
12.10 - A voice of activism Akeela Ahmed, Founder of She Speaks, We Hear (one of many organisations supporting the March).
The march will begin at 12.30 and will finish at Trafalgar Square, where a rally, hosted by Sandi Toksvig and with speeches from celebrities and leaders of supporting organisations, will begin at 2pm. There will be an area for media on the North Terrace of Trafalgar Square, at the top of the steps in front of the National Gallery, looking down towards the stage.
Trafalgar Square rally running order (subject to change)
14:01 (Intro) - 14:02 Sandi Toksvig TV Presenter
14:05 Camilla Kerslake + choir perform “We are Family”
14:10 Natasha Walter Women 4 Refugee Women
14:15 Tanya Moodie WEP
14:20 Yvette Cooper Labour
14:24 Sajeela Kershi Comedian
14:29 Polly Neate Women's Aid
14:32 Isabel Young 50.50
14:35 Sara Pascoe Comedian
14:40 Caroline Russell Green Party
14:43 Diana Holland Unite the Union
14:46 Lady Phyll Black Pride
14:50 Kate Smurthwaite Comedian
14:55 Sarah Olney Lib Dem, Richmond Park
14:58 Kate Allen Amnesty International UK
15:01 Clare Murphy British Pregnancy Advisory Service
15:12 Sumayah Siddiqui /Dorothy Oger read I shall stand for Love
15:14 A call to stand - Creative artists
15:19 Liz + Eleanor
15:26 Mass selfie in T Square Hello New York