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Sunday WOW Festival Day Pass

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Friday WOW Festival Day Pass

Join us for the final Day Pass event of WOW - Women of the World’s as WOW Founder Jude Kelly and special guests close Sunday’s festival Day Pass.

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.

Sunday at WOW explores women’s history, how kindness can change your life with Shahroo Izadi before finishing up with a special session with WOW Founder Jude Kelly and guests to bring the day to a close.

Journalist and broadcaster Sali Hughes will be in conversation about her new book Everything is Washable - with advice on everything from cutting your own fringe to splitting finances with your partner. Expect tips and insight on the big and the small - and everything in between.

RAW in WAR (Reach All Women in War) will return to the festival for the ninth year as part of the Day Pass. This year the Anna Politkovskaya Award will be presented at WOW by Founder Mariana Katzarova to Tetiana Sokolova, a courageous midwife from Mariupol in Eastern Ukraine, and Svetlana Gannushkina, a human rights activist from Russia who uses her platform to speak out about the war in Ukraine.

Join a session on deep fakes and revenge porn with award-winning journalist Jenni Savin who brings experts working in the world of deepfakes to talk about weaponized misinformation in a world where anyone can pay a bot to alter a happy holiday snap into a nude.

Writer and broadcaster Octavia Bright joins a range of speakers still to be announced to speak out about addiction and recovery and the recognition of associated trauma. Loads more to be announced!

Many of the events in the day pass programme will be BSL Interpreted and/or Live Captioned.

Day passes are available for Friday and Saturday too. Each day features a completely different line-up, so you can buy passes for both, or just one. A programme of ticketed and digital events will also be announced in the coming months.

The WOW Foundation produces festivals across the world to celebrate women, girls and non-binary people, and raise awareness globally. Led by Jude Kelly CBE, WOW Festivals has reached three million people worldwide

Part of WOW - Women of the World Festival.

Fri 10 Mar

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Saturday WOW Festival Day Pass

Join us for the final Day Pass event of WOW - Women of the World’s as WOW Founder Jude Kelly and special guests close Sunday’s festival Day Pass.

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.

Sunday at WOW explores women’s history, how kindness can change your life with Shahroo Izadi before finishing up with a special session with WOW Founder Jude Kelly and guests to bring the day to a close.

Journalist and broadcaster Sali Hughes will be in conversation about her new book Everything is Washable - with advice on everything from cutting your own fringe to splitting finances with your partner. Expect tips and insight on the big and the small - and everything in between.

RAW in WAR (Reach All Women in War) will return to the festival for the ninth year as part of the Day Pass. This year the Anna Politkovskaya Award will be presented at WOW by Founder Mariana Katzarova to Tetiana Sokolova, a courageous midwife from Mariupol in Eastern Ukraine, and Svetlana Gannushkina, a human rights activist from Russia who uses her platform to speak out about the war in Ukraine.

Join a session on deep fakes and revenge porn with award-winning journalist Jenni Savin who brings experts working in the world of deepfakes to talk about weaponized misinformation in a world where anyone can pay a bot to alter a happy holiday snap into a nude.

Writer and broadcaster Octavia Bright joins a range of speakers still to be announced to speak out about addiction and recovery and the recognition of associated trauma. Loads more to be announced!

Many of the events in the day pass programme will be BSL Interpreted and/or Live Captioned.

Day passes are available for Friday and Saturday too. Each day features a completely different line-up, so you can buy passes for both, or just one. A programme of ticketed and digital events will also be announced in the coming months.

The WOW Foundation produces festivals across the world to celebrate women, girls and non-binary people, and raise awareness globally. Led by Jude Kelly CBE, WOW Festivals has reached three million people worldwide

Part of WOW - Women of the World Festival.

Sat 11 Mar

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