How do we challenge inherent misogyny, and create positive female role models, at a time when the public voices of women are arguably still criticised and even silenced?
A group of top campaigners, writers and thinkers will find new ways to tackle an old conversation.
Speakers include: Nimco Ali, Co-founder of Daughters of Eve, Stella Creasy, Labour MP for Walthamstow, and Sara Khan, Director of Inspire, a women’s human rights organisation which seeks to address the inequalities facing British Muslim women. Emily Maitlis will chair the discussion. Further panellists to be announced.
This Voices Off debate will take place at 5pm in The Old Vic auditorium, before the performance of Samuel Beckett’s No’s Knife starring Lisa Dwan. Tickets for the event are priced at £6. Tickets for that evening’s performance of No’s Knife are available now, so you can also enjoy the event followed by the production.
Sat 8 Oct, 5-6pm
The Old Vic Rehearsal Room