Storyhouse Women

A year round programme and annual festival for everyone, that celebrates women and girls
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A year round programme with an annual festival for everyone, that celebrates women and girls.

What in your opinion are the most relevant topics for women today? How can we represent even more voices and include even more men?

By looking at everything from body image to peace making, haircuts, sport, the arts, sex, race, food and love: expect joy, laughter, passion, insight and a chance to share your own stories.

 

 

 

Activities Storyhouse Women Workshop with Lucy Holbrook
Mon 7.15pm
Meeting Room

Monday 19th November 7.15 pm – 9.15 pm Finding Your Inner Resources Not only do we experience the world directly…

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Activities Storyhouse Women Christmas Workshops
Storyhouse

Christmas is so often characterised as the “season of good-will” which brings with it many expectations.  However, for many of…

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Activities Storyhouse Women Workshop with Lindsay Rocke
Meeting Room

‘Beautiful Inner Living’ Workshop: Healthy Self Esteem & Confidence ‘Beautiful Inner Living’ is a way of living that enables us…

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Storyhouse Women

Storyhouse Women Weekend films

Cinema Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story (12A)

1 hr 29 | Documentary about the fascinating life and work of Hedy Lamarr: silver screen icon and ingenious inventor, whose pioneering work revolutionised how we communicate today.

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Cinema Westwood: Punk, Icon, Activist (15)

1 hr 18 | Documentary charting Vivienne Westwood’s journey from her beginnings in post-war Derbyshire to the runways of Paris and Milan.

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Cinema Brave (PG)

1 hr 30 | Merida, the daughter of Scottish King Fergus and Queen Elinor, will do anything to carve out her own path in life, even seeking the help from a witch, in Disney Pixar’s Highlands’ hit.

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Cinema The Illusionists (15) & Panel Discussion

1 hr 31 | Documentary exploring the multi-billion dollar industries that saturate our lives with images of unattainable beauty, and the media’s representation of it. Includes panel discussion after the film.

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