Deborah Frances-White: The Guilty Feminist Podcast (Apr 2018)

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, St. Martin’s Place (just off Trafalgar Square), London51.509256 -0.128096
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0207 306 0055

Dates and ticket price

Dates & Time:
7 PM
Tickets & Cost:
£15
See npg.org.uk

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Deborah Frances-White will be hosting a comedy podcast with the writer and broadcaster Anita Anand (author of Sophia: Princess, Suffragette, Revolutionary), to mark the publication of the National Portrait Gallery's new book: 100 Pioneering Women.

Deborah and Anita will be discussing topics that "all 21st-century feminists agree on", while simultaneously confessing all their insecurities, hypocrisies and fears that undermine their lofty feminist principles.

The Guilty Feminist podcast has been going for two years now and has already amassed an amazing twenty million downloads, regularly putting it in the Top 10 iTunes comedy podcasts.

Note: This event will take place in the Ondaatje Wing Theatre.

 

Talk about Deborah Frances White

Craig’s review of National Portrait Gallery – “The National Portrait Gallery is probably my favourite gallery in London because it appeals to history lovers as well as art lovers. It's all about the sitters, not the painters. Admire the people, not the paintings. But that's not to say that the paintings aren't good, because they are -- they still have pieces by Hockney and Holbein, etc. -- but if they need a pictu… continued”

Read Craig’s review of National Portrait Gallery

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