Celebrating International Women’s Day With a City-Wide Fringe Festival shefest.org.uk facebook/shefestsheff @shefestsheff #shefest2018
5 – 11 March 2018 FREE EVENTS
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Thank you to all the funders, sponsors and supporters of SheFest 2018. With your support we are able to engage and empower women all over Sheffield and beyond.
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Welcome to SheFest 2018 SheFest is a not-for-profit organisation made up of local volunteers. Since we began in 2015, SheFest has been championing womenâ€™s rights and gender equality through a whole host of inclusive events, activities, workshops, film screenings and more. This year, we invite you to celebrate how far the fight for gender equality has come since women first won the right to vote 100 years ago. Our week long fringe festival for International Womenâ€™s Day (8th March) encourages everyone (men too!) to join the discussion, try something new and have fun. Join us as we reflect on the achievements of the past, celebrate the victories of the present and look towards the future as we march forward and
SheFest Saturday 10th March, 12-5pm Tudor Square This year’s SheFest Saturday is set to be bigger and better than ever. Join us to celebrate with a hub of activity in Sheffield city centre. We’ll be taking over Tudor Square and the surrounding areas with live music, performances, workshops and children’s activities. With an eclectic lineup of live performances throughout the day, there’s bound to be something for everyone. Bringing the carnival vibes to kick off the day is the Sheffield Samba Band and the dancers of Sheffield Carnival. Returning for 2018 is the entrancing Nisha Lall Dance, as well as a special one off performance from the spectacular HYPE Dance company. We welcome local singer/songwriters Rachael Webster, Teah Lewis and Cordelia O’Driscoll to the stage for the first time, plus 4
African drummers from nearby Rotherham. We’re also excited to be joined by She Choir Manchester, our sisters from across the Pennines, and all the way from Brighton, musician Chuck Sj Hay. Bring the kids along as Winter Gardens will be packed with activities to keep them entertained. Once you’ve browsed the stalls and faces have been painted, younger SheFesters can explore STEM with activities provided by Kisha Bradley from Bright Box. Inside Millennium Galleries and Crucible Theatre we’re hosting a range of workshops everything from Burlesque and Poetry to Sexual Harassment and Everyday Activism. Grab your FREE place at one of the workshops overleaf and explore a new topic at SheFest 2018!
Adelphi Room, Crucible Theatre 12-12.45pm Introduction to British Sign Language and Deaf Awareness
SheFest Saturday Workshops
Everyone Welcome Discussion based around BSL, Deaf Awareness and the issues Deaf people face. Learn to communicate more confidently with Deaf people in a relaxed setting.
12-12.45pm Finding Your Voice: An Introduction to Writing Poetry Over 16s | @Gevicarver A taster session on writing poetry with award-winning poet Genevieve Carver. Suitable for anyone who is looking to find their poetic voice.
10th March 2018 12pm - 5pm Crucible Theatre and Millennium Gallery
1-1.45pm Women for Peace: Hosted by the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Foundation for Peace Self-Identifying Women Only | timparryjohnathanballpeacefoundation | @women4p An interactive workshop and safe space exploring the important role that women play in resolving conflict and creating peaceful communities.
1-1.45pm Sexual Harassment – Know Where the Line Is: Hosted by Know the Line Self-Identifying Women Only | @knowthelineSY A safe space workshop inviting discussion around issues of public awareness, the challenging of sexual harassment in public spaces and the active bystander.
2-2.45pm How Money Works: Hosted by Genistar Everyone Welcome | Facebook: Search ‘Why Budget’ on Facebook A workshop designed to empower you to take control of your current finances, improve your long-term financial situation and budget for the future.
Adelphi Room, Crucible Theatre 2-2.45pm What is ‘Everyday Activism’?: Hosted by Campaign Bootcamp Everyone Welcome | campaignbootcamp | @campaigncamp An introduction to Campaign Bootcamp, the work they do with grassroots campaign groups and a chance to reflect on and discuss your own personal activism.
3-3.45pm Preparing Yourself and Your CV for a Return to Work or Change of Career: Hosted by Rachel Vincent, CV Writer, and Karen Perkins, Career Coach Everyone Welcome | KarenPerkinsCoaching | @fabcoach Practical career coaching support and CV writing advice to help you in getting back to work, or in navigating a change in career direction.
3-3.45pm The Confidence Continuum: Hosted by Left Luggage Creative Training Self-Identifying Women Only | @Left_luggage Designed for people who identify as ‘not confident’, this workshop aims to help you see yourself differently, rehearse new behaviours and find where you flourish.
4-4.45pm Becoming a Fearless Leader: Hosted by Textocracy Over 18s | @startupliz Feeling like a fraud or out of your depth as a leader? This workshop will start you on the right path to regaining your confidence.
4-4.45pm Feminists Over Fifty; Where are We Now?: Hosted by Feminists Over Fifty Everyone Welcome A chance to learn more about the Feminists Over Fifty organisation in a relaxed environment, with a quiz and facts about women in modern times. 6
Activity Room, Millennium Gallery 12-12.45pm #PeriodPositive Zines and Craftivism: Hosted by #PeriodPositive Everyone Welcome Including Supervised Children and Babies @periodpositive and @Chellaquint Find out how #periodpositive challenges period poverty in Sheffield. Then get crafting, break menstrual taboos and contribute to a fanzine to print and share.
1-1.45pm 1-1.45pm, Yoga Nidra: Hosted by Unity Yoga Sheffield Self-Identifying Women Over 18 Only @unityyogasheffield | @unityyogasheff Tense or anxious? Unwind with Yoga nidra or “yogic sleep”, a deep relaxation technique bringing you to the nourishing state between wakefulness and sleeping.
SheFest Saturday Workshops To guarantee your FREE place, book online at shefestsheffield. eventbrite.com Or Call/Text/ Whatsapp the SheFest Hotline on 07379846626
2-2.45pm Krystalite Burlesque & Body Confidence: Hosted by Krystalite Productions Self-Identifying Women Over 18 Only krystalrougeburlesque | @krystalrouge12 A burlesque taster session involving different styles and techniques by professional burlesque performer Krystal Rouge and some of her Krystalites. Glamourous, sassy and empowering.
3-3.45pm Thai Boxing Taster Session: Hosted by Sheffield Thai Boxing Gym Self-Identifying Women Only | wickercamp.co.uk/trix-march A short, comprehensive taster session with qualified female instructors. Release some stress, have fun and explore the different techniques used in Thai Boxing.
4-4.45pm The Art of Bellydance: Hosted by Nisha Lall Dance Self-Identifying Women Only NishaLall.Dance | @NishaLall_Dance Gain self confidence and body awareness in this introductory class to the empowering Middle Eastern dance form of belly dancing.
In collaboration with SheFest 2018...
FIGHTING Talk 2/3/18 - 15/3/18 PV: 1/3/18, 6-8pm 11am - 4pm daily
35 Chapel Walk Sheffield S1 2PD
Fighting Talk: An Art Exhibition Everyone welcome Preview: 1st March 2018, 6pm-8pm Exhibition: 2nd-5th March 2018, 11am-4pm (7pm on Tuesdays) 35 Chapel Walk Gallery @35chapelwalk
It’s 100 years since some groups of women began to win the right to vote. Fighting Talk responds to this centenary with a 21st century perspective. Although we are celebrating the momentous achievement of our past sisters it is important to recognise that the fight is not over. By focusing on contemporary protest, the exhibition will draw attention to inequalities that still need to be overcome worldwide. In 2018, what are we fighting for?
Endless Love Creative: 2 Become 1 Everyone welcome 5th March 2018, 6.30-9pm 18-20 Union St Tickets: £10 plus booking fee via endlesslovecreative6. eventbrite.co.uk @endlesslovecreative A social life drawing class open to artists of all abilities celebrating fashion and the female form which will, for the first time since the classes’ inception, involve two models working together in varied dress and poses. Tickets include art equipment and a glass of wine.
Café Scientifique Everyone welcome 5th March 2018, 7-8.30pm Café bar, The Showroom Tickets: Free via www.showroom workstation.org.uk/ cafe-scientifique CafeSciSheff
Café Scientifique is a place where science enthusiasts, professional or not, can gather in an informal setting to discuss developments in the field. Join us for an evening at the Showroom, with an all-woman panel presenting their research and the difficulties they face in STEM, followed by a Q&A.
Women’s History Walking Tour Everyone welcome 6th March 2018, 2-2:30pm Winter Gardens, Surrey St entrance Tickets: £5 on the day, but email firstname.lastname@example.org to guarantee your place @sheffieldtours
Enjoy an informative, interesting guided walking tour through Sheffield and visit key locations that shaped the social history of the present day. Learn about how industrialisation and global conflict impacted upon the role of women in society, challenging traditional gender stereotypes leading to the right to vote, and equality of employment.
Reel Femme presents ‘Venus’ Everyone welcome 6th March 2018, 7-10pm DINA Tickets: Suggested donation £3 reelfemme
Come and join us for an exclusive screening of Mette Carla Albrechtsen and Lea Glob’s ‘Venus’, a powerful documentary which explores female sexuality and desire. As a topic which is often dismissed and misrepresented, the film seeks to encourage discussion about the diverse experiences of women in their own words.
Our Mel presents #MeFree Self-identifying Women Only, WOC encouraged in particular 6th March, 6.30-9.30pm Theatre Deli Tickets: Free via ourmel.eventbrite.com melaninfest @our__mel our.mel ourmel.org.uk
There’s something so astoundingly beautiful when women gather together, when we heal, when we unite, when we work through our issues. In response to the #MeToo movement and the work of the incredible Black activist Tarana Burke, Our Mel are hosting an event to empower, inspire and bring women together. Three hours of uplifting activities, guest speakers and more. Let us unpack and heal together. Come and speak your truth and be FREE to do so! Feminine energy at its peak. Refreshments provided.
An Introduction to Squarespace Everyone welcome 7th March, 10am-12pm 18-20 Union St Tickets: £10 via bit.ly/shefestsqsp @thewheelexists
Learn how you can create your own modern and mobile friendly website using Squarespace. This introductory session will take you through the features that Squarespace offers and how it’s different to other tools like WordPress. The workshop is suitable for beginners, with guidance and support every step of the way.
Sexual Violence in Universities: Hosted by SHU Everyone welcome 7th March, 3-5pm Common Room, Sheffield Hallam HUBS Tickets: Free via SHUIWD.eventbrite.com @DontStandBySHU
Keynote speaker Prof. Vanita Sundarum (University of York) will be speaking about her research into sexual harassment in education settings, the development of research-informed prevention models, and the content and role of sex and relationships education. A panel discussion on sexual violence in universities and strategies to prevent it will follow. 13
sexual harassment know where the line is
SEE IT | CALL IT | STOP IT
Have you experienced unwanted attention or touching?
Do you change your behaviour to avoid such attention?
Do you, or your friends, avoid places because you feel unsafe or vulnerable, especially after dark?
Does ‘banter’ aimed at women and girls make you feel uncomfortable?
If you’ve answered yes to any of the above you are not alone. 85% of 16-24 year old women have faced sexual harassment in public places* while 45% have experienced unwanted sexual touching* Everyone has a right to feel safe. By reporting sexual harassment - whether it’s something you’ve experienced yourself, or seen happen to others - we can work together to make South Yorkshire safer for all of us.
Visit our website for more information about reporting, further guidance and support:
Know the Line is a local campaign supported by a wide range of organisations and people who care about the experience of women and girls in our streets and public places.
Design thanks to the Australian Human Rights Commission; *Statistics from YouGov UK poll 2016
Black Glamour Art Exhibition Everyone welcome 7th March, 6-9pm Trippets Lounge Bar Tickets: Free via blackonpaper. eventbrite.com black.on.paper Join Lorelle Skelton, the artist behind Black on Paper, in celebrating Women of Colour from Sheffield and the surrounding area in her first solo exhibition. Her new series of digital collage works will combine photography, text and graphic elements to explore the themes of beauty, identity, self-esteem and femininity.
Verse Matters Everyone welcome 7th March, 7.30-10pm Theatre Deli Free entry, but donations welcome @VerseMatters
Verse Matters are a feminist spoken word collective that address gender imbalances in spoken word lineups by prioritising space for marginalised groups, for seldom heard stories, and for people who may be unwelcome elsewhere. Come and celebrate solidarity, the fight for equality and express yourself in a friendly, safe environment.
Women in Enterprise: Women Leading Social Change Everyone welcome 8th March, 12-1.30pm Careers and Employability Centre, Sheffield Hallam University City Campus Tickets: Free via womenleading socialchange.eventbrite.com SHUenterpriseteam @sheffsen
Social Enterprise is changing the face of the business sector, and can be positive for the community and the environment. Three successful social entrepreneurs will talk about why the social enterprise sector is changing the way business works, and the challenges and successes they have faced along the way.
Running and Athletics: Hosted by 2DASH Self-Identifying Women and Children aged 7-12 8th March, 5.30-6.30pm Outside Weston Park Museum Tickets: Free via SheFest-2DashAthletics. eventbrite.com 2DASH.club @2DASH_Club
All abilities are welcome and encouraged to participate at this simultaneous running and athletics session for women and children. Bring comfortable, weather appropriate clothing, grab your trainers, and don’t forget your water bottle!
Wild Woman Everyone welcome 8th and 9th March, 7.30-9.30pm Theatre Deli Tickets: £6 - £12 plus booking fee via wildwomenshefest. eventbrite.co.uk (10 Free tickets per show for asylum seekers/refugees/women on benefits) theatredelishef @CocoonCo
Escape take off your shoes, this is your right of passage follow the moon. Wander through forests of tangled hair meet night swimmers, listen and share. Take the plunge, uncover Wild Woman.
After the raging success of last years Theatre Deli Vagina Monologues, this all female artist collective is back with another original, experiential piece. Working with local marginalised women and using real stories of ‘going wild’, expect dance, singing, exploration and a large cast. A show that celebrates what it means to go ‘wild’. 18
Women in Comedy Workshop Self-Identifying Women Over 18 Only 9th March, 5.30-7pm The Crucible Theatre Tickets: Free, email email@example.com to book your place @NatalieDiddams Led by theatre-maker & academic Natalie Diddams, this lively and practical workshop will unlock your inner Funny Woman! As well as meeting new people and building your confidence as a performer, you will have a go at a range of comedy styles in a safe, women-only space.
Adventures in Menstruating with Chella Quint + Women in Comedy Q&A Over 14s Friday 9th March, 7.30-10pm The Jara Room @ DINA Tickets: £5-6 shefestsheffield.eventbrite.com @Chellaquint
Bloody funny period comedy from #periodpositive science comedian and PHSE teacher Chella Quint, who uses song and dance to challenge period poverty in this 5-star show for menstruators and non-menstruators of all genders. Stick around after the gig to hear from Chella, plus other female comics as they take part in a special women in comedy Q&A hosted by Natalie Diddams.
Introduction to Coding: A Taster Session Everyone welcome 10th March, 10am-12pm 15 Barker’s Pool Tickets: Free via shefestsheffield.eventbrite.com @GoogleUK #DigitalGarage
The first session of Sheffieldbased Google Digital Garage’s 5-week course. Ideal for anyone who would like to learn about the basics of coding; whether you’re looking to take on a new challenge, considering a change of career, an aspiring developer, hobbyist or a parent keen to find out what their children are learning in school.
Equality: a Writing Workshop with Nik Perring Children aged 8-11 10th March, 1-3pm Central Children and Young People’s Library Tickets: Free, email kidsandteens.library@sheffield. gov.uk or Call 0114 273 4734 to book your place @nikperring nikperring.com
As a celebration of International Women’s Day, the celebrated author Nik Perring will be hosting a children’s creative writing workshop. Come along and join Nik to create fantastic stories based around the themes of equality.
Forked Theatre presents Motherlogues Everyone welcome 10th March, 7.30-9pm, Babes in Arms matinee 11th March, 2.30pm Theatre Deli Tickets: £7-9 plus booking fee via bit.ly/shefestmotherlogues @ForkedTheatre
A verbatim show gathering stories from women across Sheffield on the subject of ‘motherhood’. This umbrella topic covers a range of subjects, from our own relationships, to going into labour, to trying to get pregnant and failing, being childfree, IVF journeys, abortion experiences, miscarriage, surrogacy, endometriosis, adoption, postnatal depression and more!
Andro and Eve presents The Kingdom Come #3 Over 18s 10th March, 7.30-10.30pm Walkley Community Centre Tickets: £13-£15 via www.ticketsforgood.co.uk (concessions available) @androandeve @Andro_Eve
Andro & Eve’s drag king cabaret returns, showcasing some of the UK’s finest drag king acts. Luke Warm hosts this special night, with performances by Sigi Moonlight, Zayn Phallic, Joey Bambino and Richard Von Wild. With cake on sale and a cash bar, everyone is encouraged to drag up and find heaven really is a place on earth.
Breeze Bike Ride w/ Women in Cycling Q&A Self-Identifying Women Only 11th March, 10.30am-1.30pm DINA Tickets: Free, bike ride via letsride.co.uk, Q&A via shefestsheffield.eventbrite.com BreezeNetworkSouthYorkshire @BreezeSYorks The morning begins with an introductory level ride and cycling tour of street art, places of interest and the women’s movement in Sheffield. Afterwards, join in with our Q&A style event with our Breeze Champions and friends and discuss all things to do with Women in Cycling.
Genderland: SheFest Closing Party @ Foodhall Everyone welcome 11th March, 7-11pm Foodhall, Eyre St Tickets: £3 - £7 via bit.ly/GenderlandTickets (concessions available) fionamakesmusic @fisounds fionamakesmusic
Finish the week on a high with Genderland @ Foodhall, the single launch of the first instalment of FIONA’s Songs of Experience Project. A celebration and showcase of some fantastic female musicians, the event will also raise money for Foodhall, an organisation that supports the Sheffield community by encouraging meal sharing and reducing food waste.
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University of Sheffield x SheFest We are proud to partner with University of Sheffield to provide a series of lectures and talks with a focus on gender and women’s issues. These free lectures are an opportunity to hear from local academics in informal settings. Book your place online via Eventbrite or for more information www.sheffield. ac.uk/rep/publicengagement UniShefEngage
Wigs and Women’s Stories of Cancer On Screen Dr Seán Williams Monday 5 March, 6-7pm The Holt, 156 Arundel street, Sheffield S1 4RE shefest-wigs-and-women.eventbrite.co.uk Wig-wearing is a part of most women’s experiences of cancer treatment, and they are a stock storyline in cancer stories on screen. In this talk, Dr Williams discusses clips from hit shows such as Sex and the City and Desperate Housewives, through to independent short films such as Cancer Hair. How critical are these representations of mainstream “cancer culture”? Do they subvert gender stereotypes of illness, or simply bolster them?
Raising Dependent Wives and Breadwinner Husbands in Ghana Dr Afua Twum-Danso Imoh Wednesday 7 March, 6-7pm The Holt, 156 Arundel street, Sheffield S1 4RE shefest-wives-and-husbands-in-ghana. eventbrite.co.uk How do gendered marital roles and expectations affect young people’s attitudes towards female oppression and gender-based violence? Dr Twum-Danso Imoh explores this question and examines the gender socialisation of children in Ghanian communities in this talk based on a collaborative research project between the University of Sheffield and the University of Cape Coast Ghana.
Statutes and Statues: Marking the Centenary of Suffrage Dr Julie V. Gottlieb Thursday 8 March, 5.30-6.30pm The Holt, 156 Arundel street, Sheffield S1 4RE shefest-centenary-of-suffrage.eventbrite.co.uk
International Women’s Day has special significance this year as 2018 marks the centenary of women’s (partial) suffrage in Britain. Dr Julie V. Gottlieb will provide an overview of the suffrage movement and what was achieved in 1918, as well as consider how anniversaries function to establish a narrative, change conversations, as well as inspire, motivate and mobilize.
Men are strong, but women are strong too! Sandy Belle Rosales Cadena Friday 9 March, 12-1pm ICOSS Conference Room, Interdisciplinary Centre of the Social Sciences, 219 Portobello, Sheffield S1 4DP shefest-women-are-strong-too.eventbrite.co.uk The human body is a remarkable biological machine dynamic, resilient and robust. Yet women’s bodies are rarely regarded in this way. Instead the focus is usually on the aesthetics of the female form, valuing beauty over function. This 1-hour workshop will guide attendees through exercises where they will consider their bodies from a positive perspective, looking beyond beauty and focussing on strength, functionality and capability. The session will also explore how this mind-set can empower women to achieve more in life.
Reforming Women: Feminist Stories of Religious Change Dr Iona Hine, Elizabeth Goodwin and Sasha Garwood Friday 9 March, 6-7.30pm Council Room, Firth Court, Western Bank, Sheffield S10 2TN shefest-reforming-women.eventbrite.co.uk How did the Reformation shape and reshape female body image? Why and how did some nuns reject the “liberation” offered by reformers? How do decisions taken by sixteenth and seventeenth century bible translators impact women’s lives today? Historians Elizabeth Goodwin and Sasha Garwood are joined by linguist Iona Hine to tell tales of their encounters with reforming women. A trio of short talks will be followed by an open Q&A chaired by BBC Radio Sheffield’s Jennifer Vernon-Edwards.
University of Sheffield x SheFest We are proud to partner with University of Sheffield to provide a series of lectures and talks with a focus on gender and women’s issues. These free lectures are an opportunity to hear from local academics in informal settings. Book your place online via Eventbrite or for more information visit www.sheffield. ac.uk/rep/publicengagement UniShefEngage
Calendar Monday 5th March 2018
Tuesday 6th March 2018
Wigs and Women’s Stories of Cancer On Screen
Women’s History Walking Tour
6-7pm, The Holt, 156 Arundel Street, Sheffield S1 4RE P26
2-2:30pm, Winter Gardens, 90 Surrey Street, S1 2LH P11
Endless Love Creative: 2 Become 1
Reel Femme presents ‘Venus’
6.30-9pm, 18-20 Union St, S1 2JP P10
7-10pm, DINA, 32 Cambridge Street, S1 4HP P11
Our Mel presents #MeFree
7-8.30pm, Café bar, The Showroom, Paternoster Row, S1 2BX P10
6.30-9.30pm, Theatre Deli, 202 Eyre Street, S1 4QZ P12
Wednesday 7th March 2018 An Introduction to Squarespace
10am-12pm, 18-20 Union St, S1 2JP P13
Sexual Violence in Universities: Hosted by SHU 3-5pm, HUBS, Paternoster Row, S1 2QQ P13
Raising Dependent Wives and Breadwinner Husbands in Ghana 6-7pm, The Holt, 156 Arundel Street, S1 4RE P26
Black Glamour Art Exhibition
6-9pm, Trippets Lounge Bar, 89 Trippet Lane, S1 4EL P16
7.30-10pm, Theatre Deli, 202 Eyre Street, S1 4QZ P16
Thursday 8th March 2018
Friday 9th March 2018
Women in Enterprise: Women Leading Social Change
Men are strong, but women are strong too!
12-1.30pm, Careers and Employability Centre, Sheffield Hallam University City Campus, Howard Street, S1 2LX P17
12-1pm, ICOSS Conference Room, Interdisciplinary Centre of the Social Sciences, 219 Portobello, S1 4DP P27
Running and Athletics: Hosted by 2DASH
Women in Comedy Workshop
5.30-6.30pm, Outside Weston Park Museum, Western Bank, S10 2TP P17
5.30-7pm, The Crucible Theatre, 55 Norfolk Street, S1 1DA P19
Statutes and Statues: Marking the Centenary of Suffrage 5.30-6.30pm, The Holt, 156 Arundel Street, S1 4RE
Reforming Women: Feminist Stories of Religious Change 6-7.30pm, Council Room, Firth Court, Western Bank, S10 2TN P27
7.30-9.30pm, Theatre Deli, 202 Eyre Street, S1 4QZ P18
7.30-9.30pm, Theatre Deli, 202 Eyre Street, S1 4QZ P18
Adventures in Menstruating with Chella Quint + Women in Comedy Q&A 7.30-10pm, The Jara Room @ DINA, 32 Cambridge Street, S1 4HP P19
Calendar Saturday 10th March 2018
Sunday 11th March 2018
Introduction to Coding: A Taster Session
Breeze Bike Ride w/ Women in Cycling Q&A
10am-12pm, 15 Barker’s Pool, S1 2HB P20
10.30am-1.30pm, DINA, 32 Cambridge Street, S1 4HP P23
SheFest Saturday 15 Workshops - Please see Page 4-6 for full details
Forked Theatre presents Motherlogues
12-5pm, Tudor Square, S1 2LA P4
Equality: a Writing Workshop with Nik Perring 1-3pm, Central Children and Young People’s Library, Surrey Street, S1 1XZ P20
Babes in Arms matinee 2.30pm, Theatre Deli, 202 Eyre Street, S1 4QZ P21
Genderland: SheFest Closing Party @ Foodhall 7-11pm, Foodhall, 121 Eyre Street, S1 4QW P24
Forked Theatre presents Motherlogues 7.30-9pm, Theatre Deli, 202 Eyre Street, S1 4QZ P21
Andro and Eve presents The Kingdom Come #3 7.30-10.30pm, Walkley Community Centre, 7A Fir Street, S6 3TG P22
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