Thursday 8 March | 18:00

Aged 16-26? What is feminism? Did I give consent? Join our discussion on International Women’s Day as we encourage, empower, enlighten young women so that together we can tackle societies most pressing issues.

Come along for a positive and enlightening night in a safe, supportive space.

Topics led by young female influencers include: Feminists: What are those? Did I Give Consent? And #PressForProgress


Age Restriction: 16 – 26 years


 South London born Actress and Writer Thea Gajic, will be facilitating the evening and sharing with us her personal journey about being a female creative in the arts and her experiences. Thea is well known for her short films RUN & The Importance Of Skin which have gained Thea awards and prestigious Short of The Week picks. She is one of the 2018 Film London: London Calling winners and will be making her next short film in February, you can also see her in BBC3’s ‘Enterprise’


Immediate Theatre/CHYPS Plus

Immediate Theatre’s purpose is to use theatre and the arts to help people engage with issues and concerns and to imagine the process of change. They work with young people and communities in Hackney and East London to ensure access for all, to arts activities that break down barriers and engage people in debate.

Natasha Bishop

Founder of The Pants Project, which sell underwear, to raise funds and awareness for women’s issues, and infertility in particular. Natasha founded The Pants Project when she was diagnosed with Mayer-Rokitansky-Kuster-Hauser syndrome at the age of 16. Natasha is a 20 year-old Literature student in Oxford.

Special performances from: Oriana Jemide and Yazmin Belo