Happy International Women’s Day!
Today, let’s celebrate women’s achievements throughout history around the world.
Let’s celebrate how far us ladies have come in society, in economics and in politics.
While we thank Clara Zetkin for suggesting the idea of making this, an international celebration a whole 107 years ago.
“She believed she could, so she did”
Cancel your plans tonight girls and, hit up one of the events below to celebrate just how far us females have come!
Girls Skate Night
The raddest Girls Skate Night in town is back at the House of Vans for International Women’s Day with a jam-packed day of activities. Head down and join them for their first all-girl get together.
Skate all night until close, or drop your boards and join Grace Hazel for a two-hour free yoga session.
Vans regular Girl Power gang GLR TLK DJs will be spinning the decks while you sip on cocktails on the house all night.
@House of Vans, Friday 9th March, 6pm -11pm, Free
Check Out: House of Vans
Bumble’s International Women’s Day Tea Party
Join bumble at the famous Palm Vaults Café for a networking evening full of coffee, cake, inspiration, and empowerment.
Mingle over rainbow lattes, and cupcakes followed by electric talks from five incredible women across different industries discussing their; own journeys, the electric movements they have been making, and what/who sparks their fire to keep progressing!
Amazing speakers; Tatum Swithenbank, Liz from For Working Ladies, Mother Bran and FGRLS CLUB will be talking about empowerment and what feminism means to them.
@Palm Vaults, 411 Mare St, 6.30 – 8.30, Thursday 8th March
Check Out: International Women’s Day Tea
100 Years On – International Womens Day Exhibition
An exhibition celebrating women in the arts, the show will feature a range of beautiful works from 15 prevalent and inspiring women artists. Includes pieces by celebrated artist Maggi Hambling and the fantastic Tracey Emin. The Hampstead gallery will mark 100 years since the representation of the People’s Act and celebrate International Women’s Day.
@Zebra One Gallery, 8th – 22nd March
Check Out: Zebra One Gallery
WOW: Women of the World Festival
Women of the World festival is a global network of festivals which provides a platform for celebrating what has been achieved, and exploring all the ways we can change the world for the better.
In the year that marks the 100th anniversary since some women got the vote in the UK, and when #MeToo shook the world, they’re bringing together artists, writers, politicians, comedians, activists and more for the 8th annual WOW London at Southbank Centre.
@Southbank Centre, 9th – 11th March £30
Check Out: Southbank Centre
Hopefully you’re able to attend at least one!