An Evening with Hannah Witton

Thursday 4th July 19:00 at Newcastle

The award-winning and much-loved Hannah Witton will be joining us to discuss her latest book, The Hormone Diaries, as well as how her experience and research can help demystify periods, hormones and contraception.

When Hannah Witton started documenting her journey coming off the pill and re-getting her period, she wasn’t anticipating the reaction, from people of all ages, that talking about it would bring. It exposed a glaring gap – the resources and the spaces to talk honestly about periods just aren’t there. And with more and more research showing that your period and your hormones can affect literally every area of your life, this is a problem.

Inspired by her YouTube series of the same name, The Hormone Diaries draws on Hannah’s own experiences and, through crowdsourcing on her social media platforms, those of her fans too. Offering support, information and advice, The Hormone Diaries is the definitive  self-help book for a topic too often neglected.

Hannah Witton is a YouTuber and author, whose work engages with positivity around sex, relationships, body image, gender and sexuality for young people. Her first book, Doing It!, won Summer and the City’s Book of the Year Award in 2017. She is also an ambassador for the Always #EndPeriodPoverty campaign and the sexual health charity Brook.

Tickets: £11 includes entry and a copy of The Hormone Diaries, or £4 general admission (booking fees included)

Newcastle Waterstones, Newcastle
Thursday 4th July 19:00
£11 book & ticket (booking fee included)

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