Have you heard about The Body Shop’s must-attend Celebrate She weekend?

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From inspirational talks to the chance to chill out and pamper yourself, this is why you should pop to Shoreditch next month…

Fancy a weekend where female empowerment, activism and wellbeing collide? The Body Shop’s Celebrate She weekend will be serving up some of the most exciting talks, workshops and self-care pampering options – plus, it’s free to get in.*

On the 9th and 10th March 2019, the ethical beauty brand renowned for its activist history and trailblazing campaigns (including Save The Whales and Forever Against Animal Testing) is going to be bringing the best of British talent to Shoreditch to inspire you.

There’s plenty of #empowHER action to get involved in, from yoga classes to talks and workshops with smart, incredible women, who will be addressing everything from body confidence and self-esteem, entrepreneurship and feminism, to this season’s makeup looks.

Laura Whitmore, Clara Amfo and Pixie Geldof

Familiar faces over the weekend will include Pixie Geldof, activist and model, and presenters Laura Whitmore and Clara Amfo. Want to know who else will be there? Head to The Body Shop event page for the full line-up of guest speakers and panel guests.

It’s fair to say we all need a chance to switch off and recharge, so make time to visit the exclusive Self-Care Sanctuary too which will be offering complimentary express pampering treatments such as facials, makeovers and massages.

The She in Shea: The Tungteiya Women’s Association, Ghana

The weekend will be held at the Truman Brewery event space in Shoreditch, near Brick Lane. If you’re planning on hanging out in the area that weekend, why not pop in to see what Celebrate She is all about? Entrance on the day is free*, so it’s easy to swing by.

Wander around the gallery spaces and you’ll find an installation by talented feminist illustrator, Laura Callaghan (whose work is pictured above) and ‘A She in Every Shea’ exhibition, which celebrates the female communities in Ghana who’ve been making The Body Shop Community Trade shea butter for more than 25 years.

Plus, if you pre-book tickets for the talks or workshops online (ranging from £10-£15), £10 of the ticket price is redeemable against any purchases made over the weekend. You can also save 25% and take home a free goodie bag worth £30 when you spend £25 or more. Heads-up The Body Shop’s last event was a complete sell-out, so don’t delay!

We’ll see you there!

*Excludes ticketed talks (£10) and yoga workshops (from £15 ). Tickets must be purchased in advance.

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