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Feminist don't wear PINK - Live in Manchester

Feminist don't wear PINK - Live in Manchester

Scarlett Curtis and Munroe Bergdorf discuss what the F word means to them in FEMINISTS DON’T WEAR PINK LIVE at THE DANCEHOUSE MANCHESTER on 14th May for a special event and live podcast recording. 

Join Scarlett Curtis and Munroe Bergdorf for a live podcast recording of the hit podcast FEMINISTS DON’T WEAR PINK. The event will also feature a stand-up set from feminist and comedian, Grace Campbell.

Hosted by journalist, activist and writer Scarlett Curtis, FEMINISTS DON’T WEAR PINK podcast features bold and pioneering women discussing what feminism means to them, and why it matters. The podcast is inspired by the award winning, Sunday Times bestselling anthology Feminists Don’t Wear Pink (and other lies), curated by Scarlett Curtis and in support of charity Girl Up, it is an urgent and empowering collection of new writing from a variety of women – from teenage activists to Hollywood actresses. 

The evening promises a lively hour of frank, honest and unfiltered conversation from these two incredible and outspoken women discussing the complexities, the triumphs and the challenges of being a feminist today. Guests will undoubtedly be left in high spirits and with much food for thought.

FEMINISTS DON’T WEAR PINK LIVE is produced by Penguin Live.

Listing detail:

Feminists Don’t Wear Pink Live

Tuesday 14th May 2019, 7.30pm

The Dancehouse, Manchester

Standard Ticket Price: £16.50 (+ booking fee)

Standard Ticket with book: £25.50 (+ booking fee)

Tickets available via link below.

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Published: 9-May-2019

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