Saturday 6 April 2019
Palmerston Room - St John's College
Campaigner Caroline Criado Perez OBE has a good track record in making women visible: on bank notes, in statuary and in her incisive and impassioned writing.
Tickets are not on sale for this event yet.
Now, she alerts us to the numerous ways in which women remain invisible, discriminated against by government policies, and in the spheres of technology, education, healthcare and the media. What do we have to do, she asks, to stand up and be counted?
Chaired by the New Statesman’s Helen Lewis
11:30 - 12:30
If you have chosen to collect your tickets from the Box Office, they can be collected until Wednesday 3rd April from the Cambridge Live Tickets Box Office (2 Wheeler Street, CB2 3QB – two doors down from the Cambridge Corn Exchange), or from the Festival Box Office on the 5th, 6th and 7th of April. The Festival Box Office will be located at The Old Divinity School, St John’s College and will be open from 9am each day. During the festival, tickets cannot be collected on the door of the event, they must be collected from the Festival Box Office.
Please be aware that collections and on the day purchases for tickets can cause the Box Office to be very busy, so make sure to allow yourself plenty of time to collect before your event begins. To save time on the day, please consider having your tickets posted to you or collecting your tickets in advance where possible. Advance booking is encouraged, as events may sell out in advance.