Discover the Women of Brighton – walking tour

Explore the important women of Brighton’s history with a walking tour of the Royal Pavilion Estate. Tour Guide Louise Peskett Where: Meet in the Museum Foyer When: 12 - 12.45pm

Women’s Morris Dancing Workshop

Have you always wanted to try morris dancing but never realised it till right this moment? Now is your chance to give it a go with Cuckoo's Nest. No previous dancing experience required. You will learn some basic steps and figures,... Continue Reading →

Women and the Climate Emergency – Panel Discussion

What are the global impacts of climate change on women and how are women responding both locally and around the world? Join Green MP Caroline Lucas and our panel of experts and activists as they discuss these questions and get... Continue Reading →

Pay-As-You-Feel Lunch Buffet

We welcome back The Real Junk Food Project who will be providing a Pay-As-You-Feel hot lunch buffet - feeding bellies not bins! This year, we also welcome the Network of International Women who will be providing hot food and snacks... Continue Reading →

Flowers of Freedom, against forced veiling

On International Women’s Day 2019, Yasaman Aryani, her mother and a friend staged a peaceful protest in Iran against forced veiling. They handed out flowers on a women’s only train carriage without their headscarves. They are imprisoned in inhumane conditions... Continue Reading →

Yoga Classes

This year we have two yoga classes to offer, thanks to Brighton Yoga Foundation. Women of all abilities are welcome, yoga mats provided. Kick off your shoes, stretch out and relax. Brighton Yoga Foundation is a charity, originally set up... Continue Reading →

Mary Clarke: Hidden Suffragette?

Mary Clarke was the first to give her life for women's right to vote. A committed suffragette, she was also instrumental in setting up the Brighton and Hove branch of the Women's Social and Political Union. So unlike her Pankhurst... Continue Reading →

Sing Your Heart Out

Aneesa Chaudhry is a professional singer, vocal coach and the Musical Director of Rainbow Chorus. Her International Women’s Day singing workshops are hugely popular and she’s back to get you all singing your hearts out! If you love singing come!... Continue Reading →

Women and Poverty: Panel Discussion

With women leading countries around the world, you may think that the work on women’s rights is done. Yet equality isn’t a reality for everyone: here in the UK, for every £1 a man earns a woman receives only 85p.... Continue Reading →

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