Friday, 7 November 2014

WOW Festival 2014 Derry

Do you fancy engaging with an amazing group of women over the coming days? You can at the Playhouse in Derry. This weekend celebrates  everything that women and girls have achieved and also looks at the obstacles they face that are preventing them reaching their full potential. Join the girls for a weekend of keynote speeches, talks, debates, discussions, workshops, performances and speed mentoring. All WOW events are free and tickets are not required.

All are welcome to the WOW Derry-Londonderry Festival from 7 - 9 November, presented by the NWWC North West Women's Collective - Derry/Donegal and the WOW at Southbank Centre in the Playhouse Theatre. Full programme here: WOW Derry
Funded through the Arts Council of Northern Ireland and Derry City Council's Legacy Fund. Sponsors and partners include Playhouse Derry, Guildhall Press (Derry), Westway Films Productions LTD, City Hotel Derry, Department of Culture, Arts & Leisure, Dog Ears, MPA Recruitment and WOW at Southbank Centre.
WOW celebrates everything that women and girls have achieved and also looks at the obstacles they face that are preventing them reaching their full potential. Join us for a weekend of keynote speeches, talks, debates, discussions, workshops, performances and speed mentoring. All WOW events are free and tickets are not required.

For further information, please email: nwwomenscollective@gmail.com
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SATURDAY 8 NOVEMBER AT A GLANCE:

9:15am-4:45pm: First World War Exhibition - St Columb’s Cathedral
10:30am-6pm: WOW Market - Plaza
10:30am-6:30pm WOW Crèche - Community Room
10am-6pm: Coffee/Tea & Little Acorns Bookstore - Bar
11am-1pm: The Creative Path with Ursula McHugh - Art Room
11:30am-12:30pm: Jude Kelly, Artistic Director, Southbank Centre - Theatre
11:30am-1pm: Speed Mentoring Gallery
11:30am-12:30pm: Mind Your Head Green Room
12:30pm-2pm: Anne Frank Exhibition Holywell Trust
1pm-2:30pm: Lunchtime Entertainment with Eve Belle, Micaela McGillan & Rachael Parkes - Theatre
1:30pm-2:30pm: Lunching With Literature with Jenni Doherty, Freya McClements, Hilary McCollum, Lynne Edgar & Debbie Caulfield - Gallery
1:45pm-4pm: Philomena (Film Screening) & Discussion with Hannah Poole - Actor’s Studio
2pm-3pm: Feminism and Christianity - an Oxymoron? with Grainne Doherty - Art Room
2pm-3:30pm: Flamenco Dancing - Dance Studio
2pm-5pm: Screenwriting Intensive Course - Holywell Trust
3pm-4pm Women In Politics hosted by Shami Chakrabarti - Theatre
3pm-4pm: Jobs For The Boys - Gallery
3pm-4pm: Tales Of The Sisterhood - Green Room
3:30pm-5:30pm: Jewellery-Making Workshop - Art Room
4:30pm-5:30pm: In Conversation with Martina Devlin - Actor’s Studio
4:30pm-5:30pm: In conversation with Shami Chakrabarti - Gallery
4:30pm-6pm: Lesbian Style by Hillary Collum - Theatre
4:30pm-5:30pm: Womb Politics – The Mammy Wars chaired by Hannah Poole - Dance Studio
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