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GOOD GIRLS x helen pankhurst | 24.09.18

Some of you will have been lucky enough to see Helen Pankhurst speak at the April Good Girls Eat Dinner...

Frankly, she was so flipping interesting that we were left wanting to hear more. So she's back!

Join us at The Club at The Ivy to hear Helen Pankhurst, International Women’s Rights activist and writer, in conversation with Jo Wallace, creative director at J Walter Thompson and founder of Good Girls Eat Dinner (an event at which Helen spoke earlier this year).

The theme of this event will focus around Helen Pankhurst’s book Deeds Not Words, published this year on the 100th anniversary of (some) women receiving the right to vote in the UK. As the great granddaughter of Emeline Pankhurst - leader of the original suffragette movement - and an active women’s right campaigner herself, Helen has a powerful and positive argument for the way forward. Her knowledge combined with a genuine curiosity to take on board the opinions, ideas and experiences of others makes her a truly inspirational speaker.

This will be a highly interactive event, with questions from the floor encouraged after the initial short interview. The event will culminate with a book signing where Helen will sign copies of Deeds Not Words - available to buy on the evening for £20 (please bring cash).

This event is open to all genders but spaces are limited as the event is also open to all members of The Club at The Ivy. This event is free with no refreshments or food provided but guests are very welcome to buy drinks at the bar.

Theme: Deeds Not Words

Hosted by Jo Wallace, creative director JWT, London and founder of Good Girls Eat Dinner.

Venue: The Club at The Ivy, 1 - 5 West Street, London. WC2H 9NQ

Timings: Arrival, 6.30pm. The conversation, including an open floor discussion, will begin at 7.00pm, running until 7.45pm.  Helen will then sign copies of her book from 7.45pm.

This event is free with no refreshments or food provided but guests are very welcome to buy drinks at the bar.

Please note that GGED is a non-profit event. Please only secure a space if you are sure you can attend.

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