Trouble Club x Women’s Prize Trust

Event details

Tuesday 3rd Oct 2023

Kindred Hammersmith

The Women’s Prize for Fiction has grown into one of the most prestigious literary awards in the UK and it was co-founded by none other than bestselling author, Kate Mosse.

As the prize enters its 29th year, we’re thrilled that Kate will be joining us to talk about the impact of the prize, how it’s increased recognition for women’s writing across every genre, and why the Women’s Prize Trust, the charity behind the prize, is now turning its attention to non-fiction.

In case you’ve been living under a rock, Kate Mosse is one of the most renowned authors in the UK and has sold over five million copies of her books which includes fiction titles such as Labyrinth and non-fiction works such as Warrior Queens & Quiet Revolutionaries.

Join us for a fabulous evening where we’ll talk about how Kate founded the remarkable prize, the need to champion women’s rights now more than ever, and how she continues to write bestsellers that move and captivate audiences.

This event will be raising money for the Women’s Prize Trust’s outreach programmes supporting women from any background to raise their voice and own their story. Any donations are greatly appreciated!


Members: Live ticket £9, Virtual Ticket £0, Book Here

Non-members: Live ticket £30, Virtual Ticket £15. Want to become a member? Click Here

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