a talk by Juliet Jacques (from 'My Transgender Journey' as featured in The Guardian). Juliet will be giving a talk on media representations of trans people.
Afterwards there will be music and drinks in the form of a LaDIYfest Sheffield opening party to ease you into the weekend. This will be at Harland Cafe from 7pm until 11pm and is open to all. We will be collecting donations for our charities on the door instead of tickets.
Saturday Nov 3rd - We are holding a day of workshops at the Quaker Meeting House from 10am - 4pm.
Why Disability Matters to Feminists
Making Sense of Consent
Women and Working Class Struggle Politics
Hollaback! Sheffield: Anti-Street Harassment
Body Mapping and Body Image
Confidence and Assertiveness: Making a Start
Why Women Travel: Abortion and Ireland
LGBTQ: Writing For Our Lives
There will be distros and stalls from a range of local groups, including: Archives of Activism ● Young Women's Housing Project ● Survivors of Depression in Transition ● Feminist and Queer Zines ● University of Sheffield's Hidden Perspectives: Queering the Bible ● Women's Fightback
We will have a children's space supervised by volunteers with activities scheduled throughout the day, including: Pom-pom making ● Firework pictures ● Leaf rubbing ● Animal masks ● Play dough monsters ● Rocket making ● Hand drawing
Lunch, tea and coffee will be available on the day, courtesy of the Sheffield Animal Friends.
Following this there will be an evening of live music and djs at Penelopes, from 6pm until late.
TOWN BIKE ● CRASH PARIS ● THE HYSTERICAL INJURY ● BITCHTAPE ● MY THERAPIST SAYS HOTDAMN ● PLUS DJs!
Sunday Nov 4th - There will be a vegan lunch social from 1pm with acts, short films and activities from 3pm until 9pm all at Harland Cafe.
IZZY ISGATE ● OXO FOXO ● NANCY RICHARDSON ● CASSIE KILLAH ● MIGHTYY KERRI LEIGH ● X IS FOR ANONYMOUS ● WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING AT? ● YEAH YEAH YEAH ● FEMINIST QUIZ!