That's What She Said LDN - feat. Paula Varjack

That's What She Said LDN - feat. Paula Varjack

27th Mar 2019 7:30pm - 10:30pm

Event Details

"The biggest spoken word night in London for women" (Evening Standard) that was called "feminism at its ruthless best" by Blouinart returns to The Book Club in Shoreditch.

Shortlisted for Best Spoken Word Night in the UK (Saboteur Awards), That's What She Said showcases the best new writing and performance by women and non-binary writers, featuring iconic and emerging authors with a mix of performance, poetry, storytelling, slam and more.

Tickets available at Eventbrite



Paula Varjack is an artist working in video, performance and participation. Her work explores identity, community, and making the invisible visible. Her performance and research project “Show Me The Money” – explored making a living as an artist in the U.K., based on interviews with 44 artists across the country. Her latest show “The Cult of K*NZO” , a playful critique of consumer culture and high fashion, tours this spring, kicking off at Camden Peoples Theatre in February, with another London date at Battersea Arts Centre in April. She is also in early stages of developing #thebabyquestion with performers Luca Rutherford & Catriona James & dramaturg Maddy Costa, exploring the inevitability of "the baby question" on women, regardless of age. Born in Washington D.C. to a Ghanaian mother and a British father, out of many places she has lived she considers east London to be "home".

Open mic walk ups on the evening are welcomed but with limited places it might be advisable to email if you have a burning desire to speak out and speak up.

Get your tickets for only £8 (£5 student or unwaged) now while you can, or come along on the night for £10 (£7 student or unwaged) on the door.

And remember - For Books' Sake is a volunteer led, community organisation so all your pennies will be going back into championing women writers!


Not only is That's What She Said a great place to see talented literary performers, for everyone and not just women, but it provides a space for women to shout and scream their anger, their frustrations, their desires; a space without censorship, without objectification and without the dreaded “it must be her time of the month” quip. I think For Books’ Sake is doing some really important work." (Thanks SexyVeg for this recent review of one of our London shows!