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Fabric announces Women Shaping Tomorrow series in collaboration with Smirnoff

The Farringdon venue is looking to address gender imbalance

  • Alex Green
  • 25 April 2017

Fabric has announced a series of free Women Shaping Tomorrow events in collaboration with Smirnoff.

The events, which are part of the Equalising Music initiative, will be held on May 2, 3 and 4 at the Farringdon club and will encompass workshops, talks and networking opportunities.

Kirsti Weir, the Communications & Project Manager at fabric, said: “From the DJ booth to the boardroom, our workshops at fabric will open doors for aspiring female talent looking to cross the gender divide."

Opportunities on offer at the sessions include a chance to DJ on a Smirnoff House UK festival stage this summer, shadow the fabric team at work, shadow Kate Simko's Electric London Orchestra at Battersea Arts Centre on May 6, or even attend the International Music Summit in Ibiza from May 24 to 26.

Check out the full program of free events and register below.

Tuesday May 2 - The Nightlife Industry: Smashing the Glass Ceiling

Giving women in electronic music the tools they need to break into a male dominated industry and become the gatekeepers of tomorrow. Hosted by shesaid.so.

Wednesday May 3 - DJ Skills: Becoming a Future Headliner

Inspiration, mentoring and practical advice for women looking to go from aspiring local talent, to headline DJ on the global stage. Hosted by shesaid.so.

Thursday May 4 - Music Production: From Dancefloors to Record Stores

A 360 masterclass enabling women in music production through creativity, promotion and performance skills. Hosted by Point Blank Music School.

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