yeah they were really brilliant, I missed them at Million Women Rise. We can have a search for cheap accomodation maybe? Some of the hostels around the british museum do private rooms that are quite cheap.
Pretty much UmYeah! Last year I armed myself with a friend (not compulsory) and turned up. I got asked to help steward because they were a bit short of volunteers. Then me and a few thousand other women walked through the streets of London, sometimes shouting, or singing, or just being quiet. Some strangers came and joined in. One older lady came out of her house which was on the route, in support of her daughter who had recently been violently raped. She told me the whole story, and how glad she was that there was a group of women on the streets shouting about it.
You can walk solemnly or noisily or thoughtfully or holding a banner or holding someone's hand. Or you can just use it as a way to walk through London after dark without being scared. The police accompany the march and one officer told me that he asks to do it every year as he supports the purposes of the march.
My friend started pulling the cards out of phoneboxes last year and loads of people joined in. The police didn't seem to notice