Taboo no more, feminism is all over the media, and it’s a hot topic. Why is feminism so important? What does it mean to be a feminist? And why is it such a controversial subject? It’s now 2017 and women are still discriminated against — let’s do something about it!
As we are a new event night…line up may be subject to change, so please check up to date info at www.wmth.tv before attending!
Thursday May 11th
6.00pm Vegetarian/vegan food & Exhibition by Jordan Cameron and Joanna Drewniak
6.15pm Film Screening: ‘Talked About Pink’ by Gill Addison
8.00pm First live artist: Keiron Farrows
8.30pm Speakers’ Corner: Melinda Gebbie
9.00pm Second live artist: Platform 22
11.00pm Transonic DJ: Tom
Transition is a new event night at The Underground, Phoenix Complex, Northampton, where we aim to bring innovative, independent and academic research, about methods of realising progressive change, to the wider community, while providing a safe, shared, creative, recreational space for everyone. The name Transition describes the process or a period of changing from one state or condition to another. Each of our events will have a theme around a form of transitioning, or an area in which transition is needed.
We particularly welcome the queer community, along with people who self-identify as ‘others’, in any sense, anyone with an ‘alternative’ image/sense of identity and those who simply feel they are not comfortable in a traditional, mainstream entertainment environment. But we are open to everyone who embraces openness and tolerance themselves.
The event provides:
– A safe shared space for everyone attending
– Free vegetarian and vegan food from 6-8pm
– Opportunity to socialise and network with likeminded people
– Exhibition of ‘alternative’ art, photography, installations
– Guest speakers
– Film Screening
– Live music acts
– HariKariOke – your chance to make it big or die trying ‘live’ on stage
– Transonic guest DJ’s to end the evening
The event will be recorded and streamed ‘live’ via our website www.wmth.tv and, therefore, you will be agreeing to participate in the event as a member of the audience. Not only will these events be great fun, and a catalyst for bringing about real-word positive change, you will also be giving media production and popular music students at the University of Northampton an opportunity to gain ‘live’ production skills and experience to enhance their future employability prospects.
Places are limited and a small ticket price for audience members will help cover the costs of the event (concessionary rates will be available). The ticket costs will cover, food, music licensing, streaming costs, security staff, equipment hire and transport but otherwise everyone involved will be volunteering!