The Women of the World festival returns to London’s Southbank Centre in March with an epic line-up of guests. Find out everything you need to know about this year’s awesome event and book train tickets in advance to bag the best travel deals for your journey.
All hail the female! This year marks the tenth anniversary of WOW – Women of the World festival. What better way to celebrate the achievements of women and girls than with the ultimate line-up of guests and speakers?
Taking place from 6–8 March across the International Women’s Day weekend at London’s Southbank Centre, #WOWLDN will explore the state of gender equality across the globe and tackle the subjects that matter most to women and girls.
The festival will feature guests including Naomi Wolf, Shazia Mirza, Scarlett Curtis, Sandi Toksvig, Mary Robinson, Elif Shafak, Julia Gillard, Caroline Criado Perez, Emma Dabiri, Shazia Mirza and Bobby Baker. As well as live recordings of two of the UK’s most popular podcasts: Scarlett Curtis: Feminists Don’t Wear Pink and Deborah Frances-White: The Guilty Feminist.
Expect plenty of performances, pop-ups and positive vibes throughout the event. Get ready to hear from the best thinkers and most inspiring activists across a range of hot topics, including reproductive rights, climate change, finance, motherhood and lots more.
Day passes for the Friday and Saturday are available to buy online and cost £40 per day with a £3.50 booking fee for non-members.
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