T.U.F.F. - The Unapologetic Feminist Festival

By: Emma Zadov | Date 23.11.2016
A weekend-long schedule of events featuring emerging theatre companies, industry leading professionals and a diverse roster of performers, writers and artists. This event is in association with Somewhere_to and supports Womankind Worldwide & The Great Initiative.
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From Old Sole, The Great Initiative and Womankind Worldwide, an Unapologetic Feminist Festival will be gracing The Artworks, Elephant & Castle for a weekend long event of installations, photography, readings, performances and talks exploring Feminism in 2016.

Highlights of the festival include the latest work from Performance Art Group, The VÖLVAS ; 'Stuck Up C***s' will be their latest exhibition of photography exploring the female form alongside their Edinburgh Fringe hit, ‘The Vagina Dialogues’. Sisters of Eden will also be showcasing their latest work in ‘Volume I: Blood’.

The diverse line-up for the weekend also includes performance art ‘Gimme, Gimme, Gimme, More!’ from poet Debra Watson, readings from Ewa Kolodziejska’s new book ‘Own Your Sh*t!’ and playwrights James Neale, Mojisola Adebajo and Rebecca Pollock.

For full listings of the T.U.F.F Festival please visit:
http://www.oldsoletheatre.co.uk/t-u-f-f

Venue: The Artworks
Transport: Elephant & Castle
Opening hours: Daily: Fri 25 Nov 2016, 8:00PM - Sun 27 Nov 2016, 10:00PM
Entry fee: Full Weekend Pass: £30, Saturday/Sunday Day Pass: £20
Dates: November 25 – 27


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