Saturday WOW Day Pass

Part of WOW – Women of the World

Dive into discussions and workshops on topics relevant to women and girls today, at WOW Saturday.

Spend a day enjoying talks, debates and practical tips on everything from sex and politics to fashion and race, and on what globalisation, Trump and Brexit mean for women and girls.

Come and have your say. Throughout the day, hear from leading thinkers and world-class speakers, alongside new voices from women and girls who are changing the world.

This is a time when female voices have become immensely powerful across the globe as a force for positive change. Come to WOW to debate the questions and discuss possible solutions.

In 2017, Southbank Centre celebrates the Nordic nations, and at WOW we explore what we can learn from these countries that consistently top the gender equality indexes. Learn more about how the Nordics have prioritised gender equality and the impact that has had, plus what other countries are missing out on.

WOW Saturday also includes free events such as our popular WOW speed mentoring and the WOW Market with ideas and products to fill your mind and shopping basket. There are also music, performance and networking opportunities.

A number of events are British Sign Language-interpreted and Speech-To-Text transcribed. Details will be confirmed in January 2017.

WOW – Women of the World is Southbank Centre's festival celebrating women and girls, and looking at the obstacles that stop them from achieving their potential. It was founded by Jude Kelly at Southbank Centre in London and happens all over the world from Pakistan to Finland, Katherine in the Australian outback to New York City. This is the seventh WOW festival in London.

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Some talks include sensitive content

Timings and venues are subject to change.

Access tickets for people requiring British Sign Language Interpretation and Stage to Text Interpretation are available here