13 - 15 August Guildhall Yard EC2V 5AE doors: 6pm start: 8.45pm A film season celebrating women in front of and behind the camera. From action romp ‘Wonder Woman’, to historic drama ‘Suffragette’ and ‘Thelma & Louise’ in between, enjoy three women-led hits from the last 30 years.

  • Shedding Light on a Hidden Gem 17 Aug 18

    Dragging ourselves out of bed at 4am with the promise of a cold shower feels both a curse and a blessing. The early hour gives little relief from the soaring temperatures that make the nights a... Read More

  • Unsung Heroines 3 Aug 18

    2018 has already seen a proliferation of anniversaries, marking the centenary of votes for (some) women and the election of the first-ever woman MP; the NHS turning 70 and the first female bishop... Read More

  • Country Roads, Take Me Home 3 Aug 18

    The opportunity to escape the 21st century and get in touch with your inner agricultural labourer or early hunter-gatherer is not far away. If you’re ever tempted to leave all your mobile devices at... Read More

  • Darting In To Devon 3 Aug 18

    We all remember rainy days in the summer holidays, cooped up, bored and bickering. But if your holiday home was a Georgian mansion in Devon, and your mum was one of the world’s most famous detective... Read More

  • Heroes and Villains 6 Jul 18

    David Walliams, who has sold 12.5 million books and been translated into 46 languages to date, inspires the kind of love and devotion amongst today’s children that the older generation reserve for... Read More

  • Reasons to be Cheerful 6 Jul 18

    Say goodbye to all those stories of troubled women and unreliable narrators dealing with the dark recesses of human nature. If the age of the female-led thriller isn’t quite over yet – and any... Read More

  • As Real as You Can Get 15 Jun 18

    A Few years on from the drawing of that circle, Astley, a riding school owner, hired acrobats, tightrope walkers, jugglers and a clown to fill in the pauses between acts. Eventually the ring was... Read More

  • Treasures Unseen 15 Jun 18

    For centuries, the cavernous chambers concealed high above the nave floor were Westminster’s Abbey’s dark and dirty secret. Intended to replicate the chapels at ground level when built in the... Read More

  • Admire, Be Inspired, and Enjoy 1 Jun 18

    The Women’s Prize for Fiction is one of the most respected and successful literary awards in the world. It celebrates the very best full length fiction written by women and is open to any novel... Read More

  • Hitting the High Notes 1 Jun 18

    As career highlights go, this is right up there. I’ve just had an international music star burst into song for me – and me alone – during an interview. Not only was this a private performance of... Read More

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