Broad-ly Speaking

Christchurch Christchurch
Mon 23 Nov

Venue

Cnr Worcester & Montreal St, Christchurch

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ADMIT ONE All ages welcome
$55.00

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Running Time: 2 hours

Venue

Cnr Worcester & Montreal St, Christchurch

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It’s time to regroup after the weirdest year ever.

We’re back! After a year-long hiatus, we’re feeling rather chuffed to open the Gallery doors to the bold and brilliant women of Christchurch once more. For real. In person. Because we can, and because we should.

As always, the Broad-ly Speaking stage is one for all women. All we ask of our speakers is that they tell it like is – whoever they are, and however they feel. We’re here for it all.  

The night will showcase six wahine of Ōtautahi, each with a cruel four minutes to give us what they’ve got. We’ll sort the drinks and nibbles, so all you need to do is rally your crew and get ready for another evening of tried and true Broad-ly magic.

Let’s not take getting together for granted. Coming at you 23 Nov, it’s Broad-ly Speaking #13. 

Keep in the loop with all of the event details at:

www.broadlyspeaking.nz
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Special thanks to the team at ChristchurchNZ – supporting this edition of Broad-ly Speaking, and ensuring that Christchurch's women are standing up, telling it like it is and representing our fair city. Ngā mihi nui.