A weekend ticket is available if you want to catch all four fascinating talks – to order yours just call Watershed on 0117 927 5100 or go directly to the Box Office.
If you would like to hear renowned screenwriter Emilia di Girolamo talk about her career writing for Law and Order:UK and dramas like The Poison Tree, and how she brings women’s issues to a primetime audience you can book online now. Her talk takes place on 16 March, 11am along with a screening of Line Up.
To hear Stella Duffy, Helen Dunmore, Beatrice Hitchman and Selma Dabbagh read from their work and talk about Women Writing Today with Bidisha, you canbook online now. They’ll be on at 3.30pm on Saturday 16th March.
Then, there’s Sunday. To book your tickets to discover the fascinating and often hidden history of women’s literature with Kate Williams, Dr Charlotte Crofts, Dr Marie Mulvey-Roberts, Professor Joan Adim-Addo and Professor Helen Taylor, you can go online now. This talk is happening at 2pm on Sunday 17 March.
And the festival finishes with a discussion on how writers today are bringing feminism to a new audience with Kristin Aune, Debi Withers and Josephine Tsui.Book your ticket now for 4pm on Sunday 17 March.
Individual tickets are £7/£6 and weekend tickets are £25/20. You can book viaWatershed website or by calling the Box Office on 0117 927 5100