International Women's Day Events In London

Taking place on the 8th of March each year, International Women's Day is a chance to redress the gender imbalance and celebrate women's achievements. And while there's still plenty of work to do (gender pay gap *cough*, paternal leave *splutter*), there's also plenty of reasons to celebrate; this year's theme is #EachForEqual, asking everyone - regardless of gender - to help create an equal world. So grab your mates, grab your partner, grab your parents, and join in with the fun at one of these London International Women's Day events.

Last updated on 5th March 2020


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Paying tribute to the incredible female artists of the past few decades, Quaglino's will be throwing a spectacular boozy brunch on the weekend of International Women's Day. Featuring a roster of female performers, Saturday night will culminate in an awe-inspiring performance from London power vocalists Michelle John and Temi Tinks.

The fun folks at Ballie Ballerson are celebrating International Women's Day with a special party dedicated to the very best pop princesses of all time. Better yet, they're doing it for a good cause, with £1 from every pornstar martini served going towards the Girl's Out Loud charity. Getting balls deep whilst raising cash for a good cause? That's our kind of party...

Callooh Callay Chelsea

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Share a toast with the most important ladies in your life at Callooh Callay, a chic Chelsea bar. This year, the spot will be celebrating throughout the weekend by offering 17% off their cocktails, in recognition of the gender pay gap.

Colours Hoxton

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£10 Multi-Venue Entry Wristband on Fridays for Colours Hoxton, Queen of Hoxton & The Book Club! and 2 other offers

The team at the East London club and event space Colours will be teaming up with WXMB this IWD to present a day of incredible panels, workshops and live music. Covering everything from how to break into the music industry, to personal wellness and managing finances as a freelancer, it promises to be as informative as it is uplifting.