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October 2018

Teresa Garfield and Sula Bruce will be leading two workshops for women on public speaking and effectively getting your message across.

our women. One microphone. Celebrating heroines one story at a time. Heroine Addicts is a podcast that puts women and their stories centre stage, produced and co-hosted by Emma Pritchard, Miztli Neville, Alice Robinson and Louise Bastock. The podcast was inspired by the realisation that women’s stories have often been…

With Siobhan Lambert-Hurley, Arif Zaman and Baroness Uddin. Muslim South Asia is widely characterized as a culture that idealizes female anonymity: women’s bodies are veiled and voices silenced. Complicating these perceptions is Siobhan Lambert-Hurley’s new book, Elusive Lives: Gender, Autobiography, and the Self in Muslim South Asia (Stanford University Press, 2018). The re-publication after…

Helen Pankhurst will be leading a participatory discussion on women’s lives, reflecting on the changes in the UK since the right to a parliamentary vote was first granted to some women in 1918. The session will be informed by findings from her new book Deeds Not Words: The Story of Women’s Rights,…

Come and meet Mary Wollstonecraft. Born 1759, alive and and well and living in Bloomsbury – she’s got a few ideas (and opinions) and she’s going to write a book… Mary, Mary… aims to capture the energy and relevance of Mary Wollstonecraft’s thoughts, words and actions. The performance is a work…

A one-woman show exploring the life of Charlotte Payne-Townshend. Charlotte was a remarkable woman who was a wealthy Irish heiress as well as a suffrage supporter, philanthropist and Fabian. She met and married the famous playwright George Bernard Shaw when they were both in their early forties and the marriage…

Ky Hoyle, founder and MD of Sh! Erotic Emporium, the first female-focused sex shop in the UK, curates a rousing conversation around sex and the politics of pleasure with other sex-positive pioneers looking to inspire and empower women to find their true sexual selves. FREE – but pre-booking is recommended

Film Fans and collectors should head to The Film Fair in Conway Hall with a selection of quality stands loaded with film memorabilia, merchandise and collectables – Classics, Horror, Sci-fi, Cult – DVD – Blu-ray – VHS – Magazines – Books – Posters – Stills – Postcards – Cards – T Shirts – Autographs & Special Guest Signings…

November 2018

1968 was a year of political upheaval and rebellion, but those times were also important in culture and education – and not just in rock music! This event celebrates those times and asks, what is the legacy? Chaired by Michael Rosen, with speakers including Tariq Ali, Melissa Benn, Ken Loach and Professor Lynne Segal.

The Small Publishers’ Fair is an annual celebration of books by contemporary artists, poets, writers and book designers. It is held in Conway Hall in London’s Bloomsbury on the second weekend in November.

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Don’t miss an extraordinary collection of adventure and climbing films from some of the world’s best adventure filmmakers.

December 2018

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Bright Stars jumpstarts the festive season in this Christmas concert presented by the International Culture and Arts Exchange London, featuring Haraya Choir with special guest Holborn Community Orchestra. A wonderful evening to hear and enjoy Christmas favourites and classics with other beautiful songs of love and hope.

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