The inspiring story of the women’s suffrage movement has been brought to life at London Victoria Station by a Richmond dance group.

One hundred years on from (some) women being granted the vote, Combination Dance Co put on a show in full vintage garb in the bustling station on the anniversary yesterday, February 6.

Renowned suffragette, Emily Davison, took the train from London Victoria to Epsom racecourse one fateful day in June 1913, where she was killed under the hooves of a racehorse.

The dance, which began at 10.30am, was well-received by surprised passers-by.

Suffrage history brought to life at Victoria Station this morning. Amazing performance @CombinationDC demonstrating how inspirational archives are #Vote100

Celebrating #Suffragette100 at Victoria Station. Gosh I wish today's protesters took a leaf out of their style guide.

A new short film was also showed - ‘Deeds Not Words’ - named after the motto of the suffragettes.

Combination Dance Company teamed-up with with The National Archives (based in Kew) and Victoria BID to present the premiere performance of 100nehundred at the beautiful station.

In the picture at the top (from left to right): Victoria Iglikowski - National Archives, Ruth Duston - CEO Victoria BID, Anne-Marie Smalldon - artistic director Combination Dance Company, Jacqueline Rose - head of culture GLA, Deputy Mayor of Richmond Councillor Benedict Dias, Rachel Tranter - Rambert School, Holly - trustee Rambert School, Philippa Bilton - descendant of Emily Wilding Davison, cast from Combination Dance Company