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Next event: WOMEN & GIRLS, Tuesday 10th August at The Phoenix

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Our 5th annual celebration of stories about and by Women & Girls lifts off at 7.30pm on Tuesday 10th August, with six slices of fantastic new fiction read aloud LIVE by our marvellous Liars' League actresses, at The Phoenix, 37 Cavendish Square, London W1. (Facebook event here). We've got Mormons! Murder! Mediums! Malicious moths! Medieval maladies! and Shakespeare!

WINNING STORIES for WOMEN & GIRLS

Plague of Exes, 1349 by Lauren Van Schaik, read by Gloria Sanders
Goddess Interrupted by Lyndsey Croal, read by Lois Tucker
How a Body likes her Breakfast by Cathy Browne, read by Kim Scopes
Oh Little Beast by Molly Skinner, read by Annalie Wilson
Vengeance by Mina Ma, read by Josie Charles
Lear in LA by Sakki Selznick, read by Sophie Cartman

To book tickets and tables in advance, please follow the payment instructions below (click "Read More"). Tickets are STILL only £5, like it's 1997 or something, and payable online in advance. Doors open at 6.30pm for a 7.30 start and there's a 30 minute interval in the middle. 

(NB we've pre-sold over 30 tickets already and the max is probably 50, so jump on it if you're keen. There may be some tickets available on the door, but no guarantees ...)

Venue is The Phoenix, 37 Cavendish Square, London W1G 0PP, very near Oxford Circus tube.

Access info: stairs down to the basement, no lift unfortunately. 

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