WOW: Women of the World Festival Thinkin

Help shape WOW Chester 2017
  • University of Chester

Come and help plan WOW Chester  – Women of the World, a festival for everyone that celebrates women and girls.

What should WOW Chester 2017 (and beyond) be about? What would you like to see represented, how we can build on previous WOW festivals and develop the ideas, and what in your opinion are the most relevant topics for women today? How can it represent even more voices and include even more men?

Due to the limited numbers of the event, tickets are restricted to one per person. Please encourage your friends to book a ticket for themselves.

Duration

Approx 120 mins

On Stage Dame Evelyn Glennie in conversation with Prof. Allan Owens

Dame Evelyn Glennie is a keynote speaker and performer for the Educating Creatively conference. She will be in conversation with…

Cinema NT Live: Fleabag
Garret Theatre

Duration TBC | Written and performed by Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Fleabag is a rip-roaring look at some sort of woman living her sort of life.

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On Stage Antigone
Storyhouse Theatre

Whose law is greater – her god’s or her king’s? Sophocles’ taut, deadly masterpiece tears a family and the state apart in this urgent political drama.

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On Stage Caspar Walsh: Through Safety we Find Healing – Addiction Recovery and the Creative Arts.

As Creative Director of Write to Freedom Caspar Walsh has over 20 year’s experience facilitating rites of passage trainings and…

On Stage Alexandra Swift: Using drama as a pedagogical tool to reduce death taboo

Alex Swift is a Nurse Lecturer. She is also a teaching and learning fellow and a member of the Higher…

On Stage Nia Richards & Gwenfair Hughes: Creative Learning through the Arts – an action plan for Wales

Nia has an interest in exploring holistic education and alternative pedagogical approaches which led to her current role as Regional…

On Stage Uná Meehan: Creative Curriculum Initiatives

Uná is the joint Programme leader for the PGCE secondary programme and acting Director of Partnerships within the Faculty of…

Activities Storyhouse Parent: Market Place
Storyhouse

Explore a range of organisations including information about hypnobirthing, home birthing, mental wellbeing and going plastic-free.

Activities Giant Rhymetime
The Kitchen

Come along to hear and join in with nursery rhymes, play along with songs, and blow (and burst!) bubbles, led by the friendly Library team.