Our mates over at The Book of Man have started 2019 with a bang. From January – March, they’re running ‘The Festival of New Masculinity’, a series of events hosted across two East London venues. Half of the events will be held in support of CALM – and you’re invited!
EVENT 1 – Professor Green live podcast & festival launch party
For this special live edition of his podcast, CALM patron Professor Green will be joined by artists The Connor Brothers, entrepreneur and CALM ambassador Jamal Edwards MBE, and Love Island star Megan Barton Hanson to discuss ‘Creativity and Mental Heatlh’.
16th January at Hoxton Bar & Kitchen. Tickets are available here.
EVENT 2 – ‘Boys’ Brunch’
An informal networking event for men to meet up on a Sunday and open up with each other. It will feature great food, treatments from new grooming line Seb Man and a Q&A with special guests Matt Johnson and Ben Bidwell, whose podcast ‘The Naked Professors’ is making waves in bringing male mental health issues to light.
27th January at The Book Club, Shoreditch. Tickets are available here.
EVENT 3 – ‘What is the future of men?’
A talk focused on this period of great social change for men. How are we adapting to increasing equality? Are we learning to communicate more? Is the crisis in masculinity over? And if so, what next? Featuring Jake Graf and more special guests.
3rd February at Hoxton Square Bar and Kitchen. Tickets are available here.
EVENT 4 – ‘Boys’ Brunch’
Another informal networking event for men to meet up and talk over brunch. Treatments from new grooming line Seb Man and a talk with special guests will follow.
10th February at The Book Club, Shoreditch. Tickets are available here.
EVENT 5 – ‘Boys’ Brunch’
The final Sunday networking event with food, chat, treatments from new grooming line Seb Man and a Q&A with a special guest.
10th March at the Book Club, Shoreditch. Tickets are available here.
Check out the full ‘Festival of New Masculinity’ schedule here.
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