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Laydeez Do Comics

Monday 15th June 2015 6pm - 8:30pm 107 Charing Cross Road Literary Event, Free Event

Since its launch by Nicola Streeten and Sarah Lightman in 2009, Laydeez Do Comics has been the UK's foremost women-led graphic novel forum. Its focus on domestic and autobiographical narratives and the drama of the everyday, and its social evenings provide a friendly and inspiring atmosphere for emerging artists and established practitioners to test new works and ideas.

All are welcome: men and women; those with no knowledge of comics and those already immersed. Home-baked cakes are served too!

This month's speakers:

Candy Guard - Illustrator, animator and comics artist  http://candyguard.co.uk
Sharon Morris (UCL) - Professor of Fine Art at Slade, UCL, poet and artist http://www.ucl.ac.uk/slade/people/academic/profile/SMMOR81
Andy Poyiadgi - Filmmaker, comics artist and illustrator. Author of Lost Property (Nobrow)  http://ajpoyiadgi.com  

Tickets: Free but a £1 donation for home-made cake welcome; click here to book tickets https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/laydeez-do-comics-london-15-june-2015-tickets-15741830238

To find out more about Laydeez Do Comics and to hear podcasts and read the blogs of previous meetings, visit their website (http://laydeezdocomics.com/)

 

 

 

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