Location
Brighton Dome Corn Exchange and Cafe Bar
Church Street
Brighton
BN1 1UE
Date and time
10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
05/03/2016
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International Women’s Day Brighton

Saturday 5th March 10am – 4pmiwdlogosmall2

Brighton Women’s Centre and Brighton Dome invite you to celebrate the 105th International Women’s Day with an action-packed day of entertainment, films, workshops, exhibitions, discussion, history tours, children’s activities and more. The celebrations will take place throughout Brighton Dome, Church Street, Brighton on Saturday 5 March from 10am to 4pm.

Your host for the day, UK Slam! Champion Rachel Nwokoro, will introduce a most impressive line up on the main stage: Brighton’s all women a capella choir We Bop, much loved local female ukulele band Qukulele and Beatbox Champion Bellatrix will be belting out foot stomping tunes alongside other dance, music and poetry performances.

MP Caroline Lucas, FGM campaigner Nimco Ali and community organiser Emily Wright will be joining our panel discussion to explore some of the key issues affecting women today and how we can work across divisions to achieve progress.

Join a women’s history walk around the Pavilion Estate, the stamping ground of headstrong princesses, era defining queens, writers, artists and businesswomen.
In the exhibition area, Brighton Dome’s flagship outreach project Miss Represented will have jewelry making and collage workshops alongside their retrospective work. In Dead Reckoning, artist Bern O’Donoghue presents 3,771 miniature boats, each one bearing witness to the death in 2015 of a migrant or refugee who attempted to cross the Mediterranean in their efforts to reach Europe.

Women’s Self Defence, Beatboxing with UK champion Bellatrix, Sing Your Heart Out, Creative Writing and Women’s History are some of the free workshops that can be booked on the day for a quick boost of confidence, energy and fun! There will also be a room showing all-day films.

Browse the information stalls, enjoy the entertainment or learn some new skills. The Early Childhood Project will keep the 0-12 year olds amused with their all-day children’s activities. Or, pamper yourself with low cost holistic therapies and retreat to the café bar to relax over tea and cake.

Prepared to be entertained, inspired and empowered!

IWD Brighton & Hove has been funded by Brighton and Hove City Council and organised by Brighton Women’s Centre. and Brighton Dome.

More details on the IWD Brighton website here

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There are no booking options for this event, you can probably just turn up, but please check the event description to check if there are alterntive booking options