Nasty Women feat Pillow Queens / Naoise Roo / Majia Sofia / Molly Sterling
‘Listen up, Dublin!
‘Nasty Women’ is a night of live music inspired by 19 year-old Nina Donovan’s powerful spoken word piece/poem. Tired of racism, homophobia, sexism, fraud, ignorance, misogyny and blatant disrespect aimed at woman in her America;
Donovan’s poem ‘Nasty Women’ was then performed as a speech at the Women’s March in Washington by Ashley Judd as a stamp of resistance against the new leader of their country. Now, we are bringing it all the way from Washington DC to The Workman’s Club stage, and we expect all you nasties to come make some noise.
If you’re ready to get loud, proud, vulgar and honest…
If you’re a nasty woman…
If you’re so nasty that you think women should have a say in their own reproductive rights and bodily autonomy…
If you want to experience one night of tenacious musicians, performers and songwriters, we’ll see you down at The Workman’s Club at 8pm on the 28th May.
All funds from the night going towards the Coalition to Repeal the 8th Amendment.
Make it nasty.
We will not wait.