*SOLD OUT* Thinking Pink: What Feminism Means to Millennials - 2019 WPFF Baileys Book Bar *SOLD OUT*
Tuesday 30th April 18:30 - 21:00 at London - Tottenham Court Road
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Thinking Pink: What Feminism Means to Millennials
Hosted by Kate Mosse with Dolly Alderton, Scarlett Curtis and Clarissa Pabi
Hosted by bestselling author and Women’s Prize for Fiction’s Founder Director Kate Mosse, our panel includes 2019 Women’s Prize judge, journalist and author of the bestselling Everything I Know About Love, Dolly Alderton, feminist campaigner and author of Feminists Don’t Wear Pink, Scarlett Curtis, and publisher and executive producer of the Mostly Lit podcast, Clarissa Pabi, to chat about what the F-word means to millennials today and to share some of the feminist books that have inspired them.
Tickets are £10, and include a Baileys serve from the Baileys Book Bar. Alcohol-free drinks are also available.
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The WPFF Baileys Book Bar 2019 at Watertones TCR features some of the UK's most inspirational women and brilliant novelists. Taking place over four fantastic nights from Tue April 30th, the Book Bar events will both mark the announcement of the shortlist for the 2019 Womens Prize for Fiction, announced on Mon April 29th, and celebrate the very best writing by women. TCR's basement will be transformed into a literary haven, honouring women’s voices and combining the treat for the mind that is reading with the deliciously indulgent Baileys!
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