The Guilty Feminist in Manchester

Friday 7th September 18:30 at Central Library, St. Peters Square, Manchester, M2 5PD

Deborah Frances-White has turned her hit comedy podcast The Guilty Feminist into a funny, joyful, frank and inspiring book about embracing both our feminism and our imperfections. We're thrilled to welcome Deborah to Manchester Central Library, where she'll explore live what it means to be a 21st Century Feminist.

The event will be chaired by Katie Popperwell, a freelance arts and culture professional based in Manchester. As a creative producer working across film, music, literature and performance, Katie produces cross-artform projects at HOME, Manchester's centre for international contemporary art, theatre and film, and across the city. A former journalist, she regularly chairs conversations with high-profile authors, most recently Jennifer Egan and Zadie Smith for Manchester Literature Festival; she has presented the music news on BBC 6Music Radio and written for publications including The Guardian, Stylist Magazine and Creative Times.

Central Library, St. Peters Square, Manchester, M2 5PD

Friday 7th September 18:30

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