International Women's Day 2010

International Women’s Day – A Cabaret of Wonders – RISC in Reading

Posted in 2010 03 05, South East by womeninlondon on 20 February 2010

Dance, music, art, theatre and magic from fantastic female artists and performers

Friday 5th March 2010 from 20:00 until 01:00
IWD event @ RISC 35-39 London St | Reading | RG1 4PS |
Entry: £5

Tickets are now on sale at RISC and details about the line up of our amazing Cabaret of Wonders will be released soon, so watch this space!

International Women’s Day, established in 1918, celebrates the many amazing achievements by women, both past and present.

To join the global celebration for IWD, education charity RISC and creative collective TAG will once again be hosting an extravagant cabaret of wonders, with female artists, musicians, and performers showcasing their talent, entertaining the crowd, and raising the profile of the amazing women of Reading and beyond!

Come and enjoy this exciting event, relax in the audience, absorb the vibrant atmosphere, watch live performance, chat to new people, interact with art and installation, and dance until late to some of the world’s best female electronica.

Tickets are £5, and on sale at RISC’s World Shop and Global Café or on the door.

To see pictures from last year’s sold out event, visit http://www.tagcollective.co.uk

To get involved or for more information email femail@tagcollective.co.uk

In the meantime, check out the TAG Collective website, for details of other events taking place across Reading.

http://www.tagcollective.co.uk

RISC – is Reading’s Development Education Centre, working with schools and community groups to raise the profile of global issues and promote action for sustainable development, human rights and social justice.

TAG – a collective of artists, musicians and performers striving to develop better platforms for female creativity, raising profiles and cultivating collaborations.

Check http://www.risc.org.uk/events/event.php?id=47&PHPSESSID=3666e71540a73e4341745f4bc1c170de

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