Weekend Launch with Louise Minchin

Storyhouse Women Weekend: Fri 26 - Sun 28 April Running from
Next event: Saturday 27 April at 10.15am
  • Free entry with a Storyhouse Women Weekend Pass / Saturday Day Pass
  • Storyhouse Theatre

Part of: Storyhouse Women

BBC Breakfast presenter Louise Minchin will open the weekend’s events and celebrations, as she chairs a panel discussion on what’s coming up.

The panel will include Sioned Jones (The Circle NGO); Ngunan Adamu (producer, BBC Radio Merseyside), Storyhouse Women Young Leaders; Festival Poet Lianne Futia plus more.

Louise Minchin is a hugely respected journalist, broadcaster and TV presenter. She currently presents Breakfast on BBC One, the UK’s most watched morning TV programme, with over six and a half million viewers a day.  Outside her work commitments, Louise is a passionate triathlete and qualified in her age group for Team GB.  She competed in the World Triathlon Championships in Chicago in 2015, and the European Triathlon Championships in Lisbon in 2016.

Following the event, Louise will be signing copies of her book Dare to Tri which will be on sale before and after the event.


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Saturday 27 April 10.15am Storyhouse Theatre

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