Due to phenomenal demand, this July we’re bringing back a selection of talks and workshops from WOW UK Festival 2021! 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.
As with WOW UK Festival 2021, audiences have the option to choose their own ticket price from a range of price points. If you’re able to pay a higher ticket price, your contribution will include a donation to help WOW continue its work fighting for gender equality all year-round.
Here's what's on....
As part of WOW UK 2021 Festival Revisited, we're offering audiences one last chance to watch eight of the most popular talks. Buy a Festival Talks Pass for access to the In Conversation events listed below for just £10, or pay more if you'd like to include a donation to support The WOW Foundation.
All In Conversations are BSL interpreted and captioned, and you'll have all of July to watch the talks, or seven days from when you first start watching an event.
- Kimberlé Crenshaw In Conversation - Featuring a WOW Sounds performance by Ayanna Witter-Johnson
- Women in Greek Myths: Natalie Haynes and Bettany Hughes In Conversation - With a performance by Anaiis
- Good Grief: Catherine Mayer and Anne Mayer Bird In Conversation- Featuring a WOW Sounds performance by Anaiis
- Arundhati Roy and V In Conversation - Featuring a WOW Sounds performance by Ditty
- Where Are All The Working Class Writers? - Featuring a WOW Sounds performance by Asmâa Hamzaoui & Bnat Timbouktou
- Ruby Wax: And Now for the Good News - Featuring a WOW Sounds performance by Kimmortal
- Sheila Heti and Avni Doshi In Conversation - Featuring a WOW Sounds performance by Shingai
- The Unviable Cabaretpresented by Where's My Vagina?
From 22nd-27th July audiences can also join a series of live online workshops. Tickets start from £3 and many are BSL interpreted and/or captioned. If you would like to attend a workshop and require an access provision not yet supplied, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do our best to accommodate, subject to availability.
22nd Jul, 7pm Grandmothers
23rd Jul, 7pm Finding Your Virtual Power with Sarah Blumenau
24th Jul, 9am Under 10’s Feminist Corner
24th Jul, 11am Everyone’s An Artist with Bryony Kimmings
24th Jul, 4pm All Cisterns Go - Plumbing with WOW
25th Jul, 10am How To Be An Active Bystander
27th Jul, 7pm Cut from the Same Cloth?