WOW Perth 2018
In the year that marked the 100th anniversary since some women got the vote in the UK, and when #MeToo shook the world, we're bringing together artists, writers, politicians, comedians, activists and more for the 2nd edition of WOW
Perth at Perth Theatre.
WOW – Women of the World Festival
places the stories of women and girls front and centre whilst taking a frank look at the obstacles that stop them from achieving their potential. Talks, workshops, panel discussions, music and more, it's a festival for everyone and celebrates all those who identify as women, girls and non-binary, and the men and boys who support them.
Born at the Southbank centre in 2010, WOW
had its Scottish premiere in 2017 which included The First Minister in conversation, A Menopause café and discussion with Kirsty Wark, comedy shows, panel talks, speed mentoring, a market place and much much more. From Karachi to Beijing, to Melbourne to Hull, since its inception, WOW
has become a global network, and Perth is well and truly part of the movement.
Join us for a weekend of workshops that range from the practical ‘How to Change a Tyre’
to fun, 'Power Ballad Your Stress Away'
, there will be plenty of healthy debate, talks, music, activism, mentoring, pop-ups and performance when WOW
comes to Perth for its second year on 29 and 30 September.
Weekend Pass Pricing and Info
Weekend Pass - £20; concessions £16 (inc £1.50 booking fee)
Weekend pass holders have a choice of activities throughout the festival. If your first choice is full due to limited capacity do not worry. We encourage you to try other sessions - sometimes an unsuspecting second choice will be the best thing you'll see!
Download a copy of the WOW Perth 2018 brochure
to view all events.
Free but ticketed events
- Please note the following free events require everyone - including pass holders - to reserve a ticket due to limited capacity: Under 10s Feminist Corner
, WOW Run
and The Vagina Monologues
- An Evening with Horse McDonald
is not included in the Weekend Pass, tickets for this event can be purchased for £18, concessions £15 (inc £1.50 booking fee per ticket)