Join us for the final Day Pass event of WOW - Women of the World's 13th London festival. Joined by an exciting array of thinkers, world class speakers and activists, the Day Pass will close on a high - celebrating women, girls and non binary people with a final day of conversations, convening and joy!
Your Sunday Day Pass will give you access to masses of talks, workshops, performances, music and more - all available for you explore. You’ll be joined by hundreds of other festivalgoers ready to imagine a gender equal world, think of solutions together and tackle the most important subjects to gender equality across the world today.
View the line-up for Sunday below or see the full WOW Day Pass weekend schedule here.
Sunday at WOW opens with festival favourite Views on the News, before exploring women’s history, how kindness can change your life, the world of deep fakes and revenge porn, addiction and recovery, female artists missing from the art history books, making documentaries, how to smash stigmas surrounding vaginas and the incel movement. Plus don't miss an interactive performance from trans-inclusive women's choir Lips Choir.
Speakers include journalist and broadcaster Sali Hughes, who will bein conversation with Lauren Laverne about her new book Everything is Washable; RAW in WAR (Reach All Women in War)'s Founder Mariana Katzarova; award-winning journalist Jenni Savin;writer and broadcaster Octavia Bright; legendary author Deborah Levy, actress and author Shobna Gulati;Founder of the Everyday Sexism Project Laura Bates; Award-winning comedian Rosie Wilby, plus loads more. See listings below for details.
All Day Pass events in the Royal Festival Hall will be BSL Interpreted by Performance Interpreting and Captioned by My Clear Text. Roaming BSL Interpreters will be available for events in other spaces. Events in the Clore Ballroom (apart from the Lips Choir session at 15:30) will also be Captioned.
Part of WOW - Women of the World Festival.