International Women’s Day

EAO Entertainment and HerCastle are proud to announce two events celebrating International Women’s Day – Sunday 8 March. 

We are so excited to present the first events for HerCastle and to celebrate women and the amazing things they’re doing on a local and national scale. To connect women and to share stories, ideas, experiences, life and come together as a community. 

PINEAPPLE EXPRESS YOURSELF

Empire Park
7am – 9am
Tix: $22 + BF

Come & join like-minded females with an empowering mind, body & soul session presented by the team at Pineapple Fitness.
The 2 hour session will consist of:
An express 45 minute workout
45 minute stretch/yoga/mindfulness
30 minute chat + refreshments

Pineapple Fitness is Newcastle’s favourite fitness community, just for women. Run by Britt & Shelley, Pineapple Fitness is a locally owned personal training studio where your success genuinely means everything to the staff.

This session is open to all females, of all ages and fitness levels. Each attendee must have a ticket & sign a waiver form on arrival.

AN AFTERNOON WITH
CLARE BOWDITCH

Honest conversation + song

Babylon Newcastle
Doors open 2pm
Tix: $65 + BF

You’re invited to come & celebrate International Women’s Day with Clare Bowditch and Newcastle’s very own DJ Rachel Maria Cox.

Clare Bowditch is an ARIA Award Winner, Rolling Stone Woman of the Year and Logie Award nominee for her role as Rosanna on the popular TV show Offspring. She is a musician, broadcaster, sometimes actor, speaker, entrepreneur and just recently, she became a top-ten, best-selling author.

Clare is an effortless host and a deeply talented communicator who inspires people to live bravely and laugh often. Her “very special sauce” is a combination of generosity, irreverence and the ability to “keep it real”.

Clare will present honest conversation and song; she will speak on her experiences as a mum, wife, daughter, sister, musician, keynote speaker and author. She’ll then perform some of her wonderful songs acoustically followed by Mel (Newcastle Live) hosting a Q + A with Clare about her life and her first book release ‘Your Own Kind of Girl’.

It will be intimate, it will be honest, it will be entertaining, sometimes belly-laugh worthy funny and sometime sad.

DJ Rachel Maria Cox (Sad Grrls Club) will provide the tunes before and after Clare’s performances. Rachel is Newcastle’s favourite queer throwback pop DJ. Playing all your favourite songs from the nineties, noughts and now.

More info + tix: oztix.com.au

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