Squad Goals: An Exploration of TV Girlfriends
During this day of talks and other activities we’ll interrogate the success of recent hit shows and where the future lies.
It’s been 20 years since the first episode of Sex and the City aired, and since then we’ve seen shows that have complex, honest and hilarious portrayals of female friendships at their core, from Girls, Broad City and Insecure, to Brit-hits Chewing Gum and Fleabag. We couldn’t help but wonder is it time to take these shows more seriously? During this day of talks we’ll interrogate these shows, their characters and cultural legacy, alongside a load of other fun activity. Bring a friend, make a new one, and celebrate the biggest, bestest friendships of the small screen.
Joint ticket with The Girlfriend Revolution on TV (subject to capacity), £15, concs £12 (Members pay £2 less).