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Hands Off: Combatting Sexual Harassment in Live Music


27 May 2017

12:00pm - 1:00pm

MU Regional Organiser, Caroline Sewell, will be discussing combatting sexual harassment in live music at this Women’s Work Festival panel.

The panel, hosted by Hollaback Belfast, also features Shauna Towhill (Rews), Rachael Campbell Palmer (Black Box) and Christine Brown (Help Musicians UK).

Women’s Work Festival

Women’s Work is a unique festival for Belfast celebrating women in music.

The purpose is to raise the visibility of women who are generally in the minority in music, by hosting a range of activities that are open to all genders and include showcases, gigs, special events, panels, talks, and exhibitions.

This year’s programme includes over 50 acts, creatives and DJs across 6 dedicated days, with additional content across the whole month of May. Up to 30 industry speakers, panellists, facilitators and writers will also lead a series of discussions, talks and workshops. Participating venues include Oh Yeah, Start Together Studio, the Black Box, Pavilion and Strand Arts Centre.

The festival takes place from Wednesday 24 – Monday 29 May.

For more information and registration details, please see the Women's Work 2017 programme via The Oh Yeah Music Centre.

Event location

Oh Yeah Music Centre Ltd, 15-21 Gordon Street, Belfast BT1 2LG