Ladyfest London 2008: 9-11 May





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Ladyfest London: 9th- 11th May 2008

Ladyfest London is an arts festival which celebrates female creativity in all its many forms. We aim to provide a platform for women’s talents in music, art, comedy, photography, film, debate, written and spoken word, etc. Ladyfests have been taking place all over the world in the past few years and Ladyfest London will be taking place from 9th- 11th May 2008.

Ladyfest London is entirely run by volunteers who wish to create a fun and exciting festival which showcases female arts as well as creating a space to explore ideas, network, meet and strengthen our communities.

Tickets and wristband exchange

Wristband exchanges will be operating at the different venues. Please have your tickets ready or booking confirmations and ID ready fo sales through You will also be able to purchase tickets on the door at the venues.

Ladyfest merchandise

We have some gorgeous Ladyfest London t-shirts, canvas bags, stickers and badges available for sale. Look out for merch stalls at the different Ladyfest London venues.


There will be several stalls in the upstairs foyer at the Resource Centre during the course of Saturday and Sunday, selling a range of handmade goods as well as information stalls from local women’s groups.


Feminist Review Trust, Pogo cafe, LARC, Islington Arts Factory, Mikey & Rick at The People Speak, Euan & All at IndyMedia, Kristen & Co at Women Make Movies, Anna, Jay, Billy & all the team at the BFI/LLGFF, Charles & staff at the Rio Cinema, Ludy & staff at Prague Bar, Umit of Umit & Son, all the filmmakers whose work we are showing, Sylviane at Images of Black Women Film Festival, London Roller Girls, Women in Music, Manifesta, The Lipster, Diva, Pedalcraft, ILFORD PHOTO, FTM, The Feminist Library, Isa Maria John-Charles, Uplift zine, Last Hours zine, Freya Harrison, Leah Stewart, all the bands that have played benefit gigs for us, all the bands, artists, performers and workshop facilitators taking part in the festival, all the people who got in touch wanting to get involved, all the Ladyfest London volunteers and organisers, and everyone else who has supported us.

Feminist Review Trust

North London Tavern

F2M London

Women Make Movies

London Rollergirls


Banner artwork by Nick with images contributed by Rosalind Glennie and Bg.

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