Get ready to be entertained, empowered and at least 25% more feminist – as smash-hit podcast heads to York.
The Guilty Feminist, hosted by comedian and writer Deborah Frances-White, is a podcast that first launched in 2016.
Part comedy, part deep-dive discussion and part activism, the podcast explores the insecurities that undermine goals of 21st century feminism – and now you can experience the show live.
The show will be a live recording of the podcast, along with a variety of world-class stand-up comics, local guests and musical performances.
The Guilty Feminist will be at York Barbican on Thursday 19 May at 6:30pm.
Deborah Frances-White has toured The Guilty Feminist around the world, including a sell-out show at The Royal Albert Hall in 2019. She has also released a book of the same name, which is a Sunday Times Bestseller.
Deborah has appeared on TV panel shows such as Have I Got News for You, Mock the Week, Would I Lie to You? and Question Time.
“Guilty Feminist audiences know how to bring a rock concert to a podcast recording. I can only imagine what a riot it’ll be after two years locked up,” said Deborah.
“We’ve added some acts in these shows that you can only see live and that’s really the best way to experience the show anyway. Come join the Guilty Feminist army.”
Tickets for The Guilty Feminist are £29.95 and are available via the York Barbican website.