Caitlin Moran Live
Wed 27 June | King's Theatre
There’s no Glastonbury this year, and so Caitlin Moran thought she’d put on her own version - but bring it a bit closer to your home, so you don’t have to get on a coach on Monday morning covered in mud, hung-over, and do a 154-mile journey quietly being sick into your rucksack. YES! SHE’S ON TOUR AGAIN! OPEN THE BARS IN VENUES ACROSS THE UK!
Just like Glastonbury, it’s a chance to dress up, gather together in a place with like-minded people, and spend a while both laughing your head off on cider and having deep discussions about how to change the world in the best way possible. She’s going to be talking about heroes; who the best famous people are, and how to deal with it when they’re ‘problematic’; the video to Charlie XCX’s Boys; why the stone Rihanna keeps gaining and losing is awesome and normal; why ‘bad boys’ have had their day; the best ways to be sad; how to tell if was just ‘a regrettable shag’, or #metoo; #timesup; the forthcoming film of How To Build A Girl; and why we’re on the verge of a Lady Revolution. Everyone does a shot every time she says ‘strident feminism’. Let’s DO THIS!
A copy of Caitlin Moran’s new book How To Be Famous is included with every ticket.
Please note there will be no E-Tickets available for this event.
* Ticket prices include a contribution to the Theatres Development Fund. An 80p handling charge will be added if you ask us to post your tickets.