Storyhouse Women is a festival celebrating women, girls and non-binary people highlighting the local, national and international issues facing women across the world.

The festival sees events, performances, workshops and activities happening in and around Storyhouse and we want you to help is programme it!

During the weekend of Friday 10 – Sunday 12 March we want to fill the spaces in Storyhouse with plenty of events, workshops, performances and panel discussions to inspire, educate and entertain you.

We need your help – we want to know what you want to hear, see and do. If you are keen to be involved, then please come along to one of these sessions listed below. One in Storyhouse and one online. The sessions will be led by Nicola – a community manager for Storyhouse.

At the event you can find out what events have happened in previous years; you will have time to think about new ideas. You will also hear about how you can get more involved and join a focus group which will meet regularly over a 12-month period to discuss plans and have the opportunity to go on visits and/or attend other events (on and offline) for research. This opportunity is open to all ages.

Tuesday 6 September – Garret Bar
If you wish to attend the in-person event at Storyhouse, this is taking place in the Garret bar (Floor 4) which is accessible via stairs and lift. Storyhouse volunteers will be at the front doors to meet and greet you and provide assistance to the garret bar.

Wednesday 7 September- Online
If you wish to attend the online session on zoom.com please book a place then the login details will be emailed to you nearer the time.

Wednesday 14 September – Storyhouse and Online
This is the first focus group meeting where attendees from the previous launch events will come together.

An alternative to these two sessions is to email nicola@storyhouse.com and request a visit to your community group/organisation. We would love to hear from you.

Certificate:

Suitable for All Ages

Duration

Approx 90 mins

Cinema She Said (15)

2 hr 8 | AD | The behind-the-scenes story of how two New York Times journalists, Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey, pieced together and broke the Harvey Weinstein story

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Cinema White Noise (15)

2 hr 15 | The dramatisation of a contemporary American family’s attempts to deal with the mundane conflicts of everyday life while grappling with the universal mysteries

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Drop-In Session: Young Storyhouse Officer
Tomorrow 3pm, 3.40pm

We will be holding drop ins to come and chat to the team about the Young Storyhouse Officer role on Monday…

Santa’s Reindeer Training Course

BOOKING OPENS SOON. A family-friendly, interactive adventure for 4-8 years olds (and their adults) where young people see if they have what…

Festive Bar

Drop in to our Festive Bar on Storyhouse’s front steps for hot pigs in blankets, warm mulled wines, apple crumble…

Cinema Alternative Christmas Film & Pop Quiz
The Kitchen

Join us for an Alternative Christmas Film & Pop Culture Quiz’, a fun trip through unconventional Christmas film faves, unusual chart toppers and some weird traditions

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Cinema Three Minutes: A Lengthening + Recorded Q&A (12A)
Wed 6.15pm

1 hr 40 | A short piece of found film becomes a fascinating journey into the past in Bianca Stigter’s haunting and moving documentary. 

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Activities Storyhouse Teachers’ Network Event
Garret Bar

An opportunity for local educators to come together with each other and the Young Storyhouse department, take part in creative conversations and build partnerships.

On Stage Majestic Academy of Performing Arts presents Peter Pan
Storyhouse Theatre

Peter and his mischievous fairy sidekick, Tinkerbell, visit the nursery of the Darling children, with a sprinkle of pixie dust and begin a magical journey across the stars.

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Cinema Millenium Actress + Ghibliotheque Q&A (PG)

1 hr 27 | A TV crew is granted a rare interview with a reclusive actress, leading them and the viewer through decades of cinema history.

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