WOW UK 2021 Festival Revisited Talks Pass


Due to phenomenal demand, we’re bringing back a selection of talks and workshops (23rd-27th July) from WOW UK Festival 2021! So if you missed out or want to re-experience the festival, you’re in luck.

WOW UK Festival 2021 Revisited is an opportunity to experience a selection of our sellout International Women’s Day online line-up again - wherever in the world you are. From live online workshops to talks from your favourite speakers you can listen to time and again, this is a second chance to get involved and be inspired. 

Buy a Festival Talks Pass here for access to the selection of In Conversation events listed below on demand for just £10, or pay more if you'd like to include a donation to support The WOW Foundation. All In Conversations are BSL interpreted and captioned. You have all of July to watch the talks, or 14 days from when you first start watching an event.

Events included in your pass:

Kimberlé Crenshaw In Conversation - Featuring a WOW Sounds performance by Ayanna Witter-Johnson

Women in Greek Myths: Natalie Haynes and Bettany Hughes In Conversation - With a performance by Anaiis

Good Grief: Catherine Mayer and Anne Mayer Bird In Conversation - Featuring a WOW Sounds performance by anaiis

Arundhati Roy and V In Conversation - Featuring a WOW Sounds performance by Ditty

Where Are All The Working Class Writers? - Featuring a WOW Sounds performance by Asmâa Hamzaoui & Bnat Timbouktou

Ruby Wax: And Now for the Good News - Featuring a WOW Sounds performance by Kimmortal

Sheila Heti and Avni Doshi In Conversation - Featuring a WOW Sounds performance by Shingai

The Unviable Cabaret presented by Where's My Vagina?

Please note: workshops are not included in this pass and you cannot book talks individually. 

The Festival Talks Pass is part of WOW UK 2021 Revisited - a very special digital programme offering people worldwide a second chance to explore  some of WOW’s International Women’s Day Programme of groundbreaking In Conversations and interactive workshops. There’s everything from mental health to activism during Covid, and from being a grandmother to being an artist in a pandemic (or both!). Find out about The WOW Foundation and its work year-round to fight gender inequality here.

WOW Festivals and events are presented by arrangement with Southbank Centre.


Tickets are non-refundable. Please note this Festival pass gives you access to the In Conversation programme. You must choose to add each event to your pass on the booking page for access. Workshops must be booked separately.