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WOW Women of the World Festival
In 2018, the year that marked the 100th anniversary since some women got the vote in the UK, and when #MeToo shook the world, we have brought together artists, writers, politicians, comedians, activists and more for the 2nd annual WOW Exeter at RAMM, Exeter Phoenix and Exeter Library.
WOW is a celebration of the achievements of women and girls and looks at the obstacles that stop them from reaching their full potential. Talks, workshops, panel discussions, music and more, it is a festival for women and anyone who knows a woman.
Born at Southbank centre in 2010, WOW had its first sell-out festival in Exeter in 2017 which included beat-boxing, comedy workshops, panel talks, speed mentoring and early morning yoga. From Karachi to Beijing to Melbourne to Hull, since its inception, WOW has become a global network, and Exeter is well and truly part of the movement.
WOW Weekend Pass Pricing and Info
Buy a WOW PASS and pick and mix your own timetable of talks, debates and performances, be it for one day or the whole weekend. Day and weekend holders have a choice of activities throughout the festival. If your first choice is full due to limited capacity do not worry. We encourage you to try other sessions – sometimes an unexpected second choice will be the best thing you see!
- Day pass: £10 | Concessions £8
- Weekend Pass £16 | Concessions £12.50
Under 14s are free. 14 to 16 are concession rates.
Download a copy of the WOW Exeter Brochure to view all events.
Individual paid events
These events are not included in the pass:
WOW After Party
£10 or £8 for WOW Pass Holders
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Skate Kitchen Screening Tickets
£7 or £5 for WOW Pass Holders
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Free but ticketed events
Please note the following free events require everyone – including pass holders – to reserve a ticket due to limited capacity:
- Under 10s Feminist Corner
- Speed Mentoring
To register for any of the sessions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org putting the title of the event in the subject field.