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Being Her

What does it mean to be a woman today?
13 Oct Theatre

Tickets: Individually priced 

Save £13 if you come to all our Being Her symposium events. The discount will be applied automatically when you select your tickets, but you must buy them all at the same time.

What does it mean to be a woman today? Recent campaigns such as #MeToo and Time’s Up have sparked a fresh awareness of feminist issues. We want to recognise and support this moment by holding an evening symposium of performances, films and discussion, examining life for women and girls in the twenty-first century.

Join us for the whole evening to explore the subject or choose to come along for just a bit. 

Throughout the evening our café bar will be open serving our new evening menu along with some specials just for tonight; including prosecco ready on ice!

Follow the links below to book your seats. Add all events to your basket and you will automatically benefit from the all-inclusive price, a saving of £13.

Why Women?
In the Langstone Room

Free

Throughout the evening we will be screening a series of 10 short films from the Why Women? Campaign, narrated by Helen Mirren. Why Women? is a media initiative that aims to raise awareness about the health, rights and wellbeing of girls and women worldwide.

Mission Abort 5pm
Followed by a post-show chat

Tickets: £12.50, £11.50 concessions

Mission Abort is a one-woman play about the human behind the choice. It’s a rollercoaster journey that will have you laughing and crying, and asking the big
question – how can a choice that is so right be so hard.

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Perfectly Imperfect Women 7pm
Followed by a post-show chat

Tickets: £12.50, £11.50 concessions

What makes us want to be perfect? What is so bad about imperfection anyway? In this universal story, multi-award-winning storyteller Danyah Miller explores what drives us to want to live perfect lives as mothers, daughters, wives, sisters and breadwinners.

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Kathy Lette: Girls Night Out 9pm
Tickets £18, £17 concessions

“Women are each other s human wonderbras – uplifting, supportive and making each other look bigger and better.”
Join feminist author, TV personality and autism spectrum-mum Kathy Lette for her hilarious one-woman show where she’ll examine everything from Puberty Blues to
Menopause Blues.

Grab your girlfriends and come along. Wit, warmth and full frontal frankness guaranteed.

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This event is part of the Beyond the Stage programme, The Spring’s programme of unique events where you don’t just watch a show; you experience it.

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