Storyhouse Women is the name of the series of events and activities that happen in and around Storyhouse.

During the weekend of Friday 10 – Sunday 12 March we want to fill the spaces in Storyhouse with plenty of events, workshops, performances to inspire 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 – two in the Garret Bar in Storyhouse and one online on zoom.

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.

Tuesday 26 July & Thursday 4 August – 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 27 July – 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.

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

Time details

In person sessions - 90 mins
Online session - 60 mins

Upcoming events

Tuesday 26 July 10.30am Garret Bar Book now
Wednesday 27 July 8pm Garret Bar Book now
Thursday 4 August 7.30pm Garret Bar Book now

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