Due to phenomenal demand, we’re bringing back a selection of talks and workshops from WOW UK Festival 2021! So if you missed out or want to re-experience the festival, you’re in luck.
WOW UK Festival 2021 Revisited is an opportunity to experience a selection of our sellout International Women’s Day online line-up again - wherever in the world you are. From live online workshops to talks from your favourite speakers you can listen to time and again, this is a second chance to get involved and be inspired. Check out the full line-up here.
WOW UK Revisited Workshops
Join us from the UK or Internationally 🌍
All workshops will take place from 23rd-28th July via Zoom. Feel free to join us for a session whether you are attending for the first time or if you came in March and want to do the workshop again! Check out what's on here.
Many of the workshops will be BSL interpreted and/or live captioned. If you would like to attend a workshop and require an access provision not yet supplied, please email email@example.com and we will do our best to accommodate, subject to availability.
WOW UK Revisited Talks
Buy an on demand Festival Talks Pass for a selection of talks from WOW UK 2021, featuring Kimberlé Crenshaw, Natalie Haynes, Bettany Hughes, Catherine Mayer, Arundhati Roy, Ruby Wax, Sheila Heti, Avni Doshi and more. View the full line-up here.
The pass for all talks costs £10 (or pay more to include a donation to The WOW Foundation) and you can watch them until 31st July (or seven days from when you first click play on each individual talk).
All In Conversations are BLS Interpreted and Captioned.
How to watch
WOW UK Festival 2021 Revisited is available online and can be streamed anywhere worldwide.
Visit our Ticketco Festival page to book your Festival Talks Pass from £10. You can watch on demand from when you book, and you'll have seven days to watch each talk from when you click play.
WOW Workshops will be held on Zoom. Joining instructions will be sent to you beforehand.
WOW UK Festival Partners
The WOW Foundation is proudly supported by its Global Founding Partner Bloomberg, and Global Partner MasterCard.
WOW UK Festival 2021 Revisited is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
WOW Festivals and events are presented by arrangement with Southbank Centre.
Wow is proud to be raising awareness of Samaritans. If you have been affected by any of the issues raised in WOW UK Festival and you’d like to talk about it with someone, Samaritans are open day or night, 365. You can call them for free on 116 123, email them at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visitwww.samaritans.org