March 13, 2018

Ctrl Alt Delete Live Podcast x Jigsaw

Join Jigsaw and I for a very exciting one-off episode of my interview-series podcast Ctrl Alt Delete, recently listed in the Sunday Times’s top 50 podcasts; WIRED magazine’s favourite podcasts and ELLE’s “10 podcasts that will boost your career”. I interview brilliant creative women about their lives on and offline and this time I am bringing the conversation in-store at Jigsaw HQ.

GET YOUR TICKET HERE! £2.50 and going to a great cause.

This month, Jigsaw is launching their “creativity doesn’t discriminate” campaign, to champion women leaders in the creativity industry, through film, photography, prose and art. Government statistics show that women are still under-represented in the creative industries in the UK – there’s never been a more important time to champion creative women we love.

In collaboration with Kodak, Jigsaw are re-launching a 125 year-old campaign – Kodak Girl – into the modern era to celebrate new creative talent. The collaboration – now called Kodak Woman (she has grown up!) – will be supported by a capsule collection of T-shirts and sweatshirts. Come and have a look in-store for yourselves!

Join us at this special free in-store recording along the theme of “Creativity Doesn’t Discriminate” and have a glass of prosecco while you’re at it. 

We also have some incredible panelists joining us for this live recording including:

– Insta-poet and author Charly Cox,
– Suitcase magazine founder Serena Guen
– Jigsaw’s Head of Design Sally Graveling – we’ll be discussing all things creativity, honing your craft, making change and more.

Starts: doors open 6pm

7-8pm podcast recording

Ends: 9pm

GET YOUR TICKET HERE! £2.50 and going to a great cause.

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