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WOW Schools Day: I Am Perfect as Me

Part of WOW – Women of the World

Join us in a day for girls to consider who they are and how they can celebrate their uniqueness.

At a time when image and identity is everything and we are bombarded by what is considered 'perfect' via tv, magazines, social media and advertising (some of which aren't real anyway thanks to photoshop and editing) it's hard to feel confident about who you are and feel secure in your choices of clothes, hair style, the subjects you study, your hobbies and interests and your career aspirations. How we feel on the inside might not be who we portray on the outside, or what we present on social media.

Inspired by a campaign of the same name, started by the WOWsers at WOW Bradford, I Am Perfect as Me is a day for girls to hear from women who have overcome 'not fitting in' to be accepted, through talks workshops and performances.

They can also see a performance exploring identity and learn how to present their identity online safely.

Dates & times

This event has passed.

where

Royal Festival Hall
The Clore Ballroom, Level 2, Royal Festival Hall

need to know

Booking information
Schools can bring a maximum of 20 students plus accompanying teachers.

To register your interest, please contact our group bookings line on 202 7960 4200, or email groups@southbankcentre.co.uk

Please be sure to provide the following:
School name & address
Booker’s name, contact number & email
Lead teacher’s name, contact number & email
Number of tickets requested
Number of teachers attending

Ticketing
£4 per student. A limited number of bursary places are available for schools who otherwise would not be able to access our schools programme due to financial reasons. To apply for this, please email us at schools@southbankcentre.co.uk

Age recommendation
For secondary school students, aged 11 – 18

before & after

Giraffe's all about freshly cooked food served to the sound of great music
A unique space set in the railway arches between Waterloo Station and Royal Festival Hall