Tour

PINK FEMINISTS ON TOUR

We are taking Feminists Don't Wear Pink on tour with a line-up of events featuring our amazing contributors for a night of feminism and fun (fun fact: feminists can be fun!). Our first dates are listed below with more exciting events to be announced soon. 


October 3rd | Manchester

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We’re bringing five AMAZING women together to celebrate the launch of the much anticipated Feminists Don’t Wear Pink (And Other Lies).

In a discussion that aims to bridge the gap between the feminist hashtags and scholarly texts and to debunk the myths that surround feminism - Curator of the book and co-founder of the Pink Protest Scarlett Curtis, alongside Amy Trigg actor who appears in Mamma Mia! Here we go again; Grace Campbell, activist and stand-up comedian; Sharmadean Reid, entrepreneur and founder of WAH nails and Deborah Francis-White, host of the hit podcast The Guilty Feminist will offer personal stories about what the F-word means to them.

Don’t miss out on what will no doubt be a rich and lively discussion around navigating being a woman in today’s society, why we need to bang the drum for feminism and why feminists really do wear pink.

 Curated by Scarlett Curtis and described by Reese Witherspoon as "Brilliant, hysterical, truthful and real.” Feminist’s Don’t Wear Pink (And Other Lies) will be published on 4th October 2018. Take the opportunity to be one of the first to get your hands on a copy of the book, for almost half-price (RRP 12.99) by purchasing tickets for this event. Books will be available for collection from the on-site bookshop on the night.

 All panellists will be signing copies of the book after the event.

£1 of each ticket will go to Girl Up, a global leadership development initiative, positioning girls to be leaders in the movement for gender equality.


October 4th | London

 

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In a discussion that aims to bridge the gap between the feminist hashtags and scholarly texts and to debunk the myths that surround feminism.

Curator of the book and co-founder of the Pink Protest Scarlett Curtis alongside Liv Little, founding editor-in-chief of Gal-DemCharlie Craggs, trans activist and founder of award winning national campaign Nail Transphobia and Deborah Francis-White, host of the hit podcast The Guilty Feminist will offer personal stories about what the F-word means to them. 

** All tickets include a copy of the book**

All panellists will be signing copies of the book after the event.

£1 of each ticket will go to Girl Up, a global leadership development initiative, positioning girls to be leaders in the movement for gender equality.

Rio Cinema, E8 2PB

Doors at: 6.45pm

Event start: 7.30pm


October 7th | Henley Literary Festival

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The much-anticipated Feminists Don’t Wear Pink (And Other Lies), published in partnership with the UN’s women foundation Girl Up, sees the likes of Keira Knightley, Jameela Jamil, Dolly Alderton, Saoirse Ronan, Helen Fielding and Lolly Adefope share their personal take on the F-Word. In the week of publication, the book’s curator Scarlett – blogger, Sunday Times Style columnist, Pink Protest founder and inspiration for Mamma Mia 2 – joins writer and broadcaster Emma Dabiri (Radio 4, The One Show) for a frank, funny and fearless discussion of what it means to be a woman.

Says Scarlett: “Compiling this book has been one of the most incredible and complex experiences of my life, and if there’s one thing I’ve learnt so far, it’s that feminism is not the same for everyone. This is not a guide on how to be the perfect feminist, nor is it a full or adequate interpretation of one of the most complex movements in global history.”

In association with Smart Works Reading


October 13th | Cheltenham Literary Festival

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Scarlett Curtis, is joined by an exciting line-up of inspirational women, as they discuss their individual contributions to the collection and consider what the F word means to them.

Special guests to be announced!

The Sunday Times Garden Theatre

3:00pm - 4:00pm