International Women's day took place this week and we've
scouted some of this year's hottest events to mark the
Friday 9 March, London
Dyke March Fundraiser @ the RVT
Club Wotever presents a night of entertainment, raising funds in
aid of Dyke March London which takes place later this month.
Poetry, live music and performances all for a good cause.
More info here: http://woteverworld.com/
Saturday 10 March, Brighton
Brighton nights @ Komedia
Komedia celebrates International Women's day in peals of
laughter with a showcase of comedy talent including Lara A King and
Clare Lomas. You can be tempted by raffle raising money for local
More info here: http://www.komedia.co.uk/brighton/
Saturday 10 March, Manchester
Sugar and Spice @ LGF Centre
I am woman, hear me roar - this year's themed event marking the
101st International Women's Day gives ladies a chance to share
their talents in a range of workshops. African drumming, circus
tricks, self defence... the skills to learn are endless.
More info here: http://www.lgf.org.uk
Saturday 10 March, London
Pan Asian Showcase @ Southbank Centre
Sajeela Kershi hosts 2012's hilarious comedy performance from
some of the funniest Asian ladies in comedy. Ria Lina brings her
musical comedy whilst Emily Lloyd-Saini presents her comedic
ponderings on what it's like to be 'a little bit brown.'
More info here: http://www.funnywomen.com/we-will-be-here.php?e=118
All weekend, London
WOW festival @ Southbank Centre
The five day festival coinciding with International Women's day
finishes this weekend with a bang. Led by director Jude Kelly, the
event includes performances, film showings, classical music and
debates. Not to be missed.
More info here: www.southbankcentre.co.uk/wow