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BRIGHTON INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY 2020

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Let Mum Speak

Maggie Gordon-Walker will be talking about Mothers Uncovered, which she set up in 2008 as a direct response to feeling isolated and lonely as a new mother. Since then, several past participants have become facilitators and supported over 700 mothers... Continue Reading →

100 First Women Portraits

'It is my hope that women who dream big will look at these pictures and see that they are not alone.’ Anita Corbin Discover and celebrate 100 pioneering women of the 21st century in this major exhibition by acclaimed photographer... Continue Reading →

Annabelszki’s Comedy Writing Workshop

An introduction to comedy writing for the beginner. Learn how to write short-form material, ideal for those working towards their first five minutes of a stand-up set. Fun and supportive environment. Opportunity to share work and receive feedback. Bring pen,... Continue Reading →

Moon Tales

This award-winning show features twelve female characters spanning different times and places, each inspired by the names of full moons. Winner of the Argus Angel Award, and commissioned by The Old Market as part of their Women's Voices season, Kate... Continue Reading →

Stage Fighting Masterclass

Join internationally renowned fight director Alison de Burgh for a staged fighting master class. Working in pairs, learn how to create the illusion of stage combat and tell a story through clever choreography. Suitable for ages 12+ Where: Brighton Dome,... Continue Reading →

Green Magic Show

Megan Swann, the mysterious Magic Circle’s first ever female officer, presents a lively magic show with a difference. The show is jam-packed with tricks designed to surprise, amaze and teach us about climate change, ocean pollution, waste, extinction and deforestation.... Continue Reading →

Message In A Bottle

According to the website MissingMigrants since 2014 almost 19,500 refugees have lost their lives in the Mediterranean Sea. Jane Lancashire was inspired to create the project "Message in a Bottle" after seeing the beautiful installation called “The Fallen” at Dublin... Continue Reading →

Power of Trees

Join us for a light-hearted workshop, learn 3 harmony songs including "The Power of Trees" and end with interactive storytelling performed by Soul-Circus and the workshop choir (that's you!)  - which is about the power and value of the natural... Continue Reading →

Charleston Dance Class

Learn to Charleston with Amanda from Brighton Lindyhoppers. This jazz dance represented independence and freedom for women to dance and express themselves and their lifestyle which was viewed as outrageous by many at the time. The Charleston was danced by... Continue Reading →

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