POSTPONED:Feminist Library AGM and Birthday Party

Dear all, we are sorry to announce that we have decided to postpone the AGM and Birthday Party for the moment. This is to avoid having a large scale event while the corona virus situation is unfolding. We will certainly reschedule in due course! If you have already bought a ticket you should be receiving a refund presently. If you don’t receive this please email












Feminist Library AGM and Birthday Party
Saturday 14th March, 5pm – 10pm

AGM: 5pm – 7pm

We invite all to attend the Feminist Library Annual General Meeting. This will be a great opportunity to review our activities our the last financial year through the presentation of our Annual Report and also hear about the Library’s future plans.


5.00pm Registration and refreshments.

5.30pm Welcome – Chair of Trustees.

AGM agenda
1. Apologies.
2. Chair’s presentation of the Annual Report.
3. Treasurer’s report on the accounts and financial statements.
4. Resolution 1: To adopt the annual accounts for the year ending 31 March 2019 and Treasurer’s report.
5. Resolution 2: To appoint the accountants for the year 2019/20. It is proposed that the Feminist Library’s current accountants are retained. The current accountants are Community 360.
6. Election of Trustees.
7. Any other business.
8. Close.

Birthday Party (ticketed event): 7pm – late

This will be followed by the Feminist Library’s 45th birthday party with comedy, readings and music. Another opportunity to visit (and party) in our new space if you haven’t already!  There will be refreshments, drinks, cake and entertainment from the following performers:


 Harriet Braine is a multi-award-winning musical comedian with a penchant for history, artists, and impersonating brass instruments. She has performed at Rich Mix, The Victoria & Albert Museum, and Union Chapel, and performs regularly at comedy clubs around the UK. She also hosts the DesignSpark Podcast with Bec Hill and Dr Lucy Rogers, does the jingles for Sofie Hagen’s podcasts, and performs with Irish cabaret superstars Xnthony and Mark T Cox.

“Deeply talented” ***** EdFringeReview

“Pleasant and enlightening” **** LondonTheatre 1

“Laugh-filled and informative” **** The Wee Review

“Insightful lyrics”  **** Ed Fest Mag

  •  Lisa Smith – reading 
  • SHE Choir – music 
  • DJ 

Available here

Unwaged £5
Waged £10
Support the Library £15

(Photo credit: Bryony Aylmer)

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