Check out these #IWD2018 happenings...
Find your motivation and #pressforchange 🙋🏽♀️🙋🏾♀️🙋🏿♀️
Just a little round up of some of the femme-tastic events happening across the country and around the world for International Women's Day 2018 🌍
With the World Economic Forum's 2017 Global Gender Gap Report findings telling us that gender parity is over 200 years away - there has never been a more important time to keep motivated. So, find your inspiration, get fired up, and #pressforprogress at any one of these #IWD events...
Southbank Centre, London
WOW celebrates women and girls, and looks at the obstacles that stop them from achieving their potential. Around the world, individuals and communities are insisting on the simple proposition that women and girls must have equal rights and asking the question: why is gender equality taking so long? Catch DIVA Editor Carrie Lyell on the Women On Top: LGBTQI women in the workplace panel tomorrow at 3pm!
THAT’S WHAT SHE SAID
Royal Albert Hall, London
An #IWD2018 special and part of Women And The Hall, That’s What She Said presents a one-off night of fierce, feminist truth, fiction, politics and poetry, from the most incendiary, intoxicating women writers and performers around.
IWD AT THE JAZZ CAFE
The Jazz Cafe, London
To celebrate International Women’s Day, Gal Dem magazine have teamed up with the Jazz Café to present a trio of London’s finest artists in the fields of soul, r’n’b and jazz. Heading up the bill is British-Jamaican singer Denai Moore. Also performing are South London collective KOKOROKO and jazz newcomer, Miryam Solomon.
Tudor Square, Sheffield
SheFest is back to celebrate International Women's Day 2018 with another fun filled fringe festival! Join the SheFest ensemble across Sheffield as they #pressforprogress from 5-11 March and head to main event on Saturday 10 March for live music, workshops, stalls and more!
KILL JOY BINGO!
The Spire, Brighton
Forget about numbers, Mzz Kimberly compères Brighton’s first riotous bingo game show party celebrating kick-ass sheroes. Prepare to shout, laugh, and hopefully cry (exclusively with joy).
The Bedford, London
One venue, six rooms and over 20 activities from more than 40 talented cis and trans LBQ women and non-binary people. All about bringing people together under one (BIG) roof.
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