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What is ClearLines?

2017 will see the conversation continued and bring together a new programme of artists, creatives, activists, professionals, media and the public to talk about Sexual Assault and consent and where we are now. How has the narrative changed?

This builds on the 2015 event, where for 4 days in July/August, comedians, performers, journalists, writers, visual artists, cartoonists, psychologists, activists, therapists, and the public came together in a vibrant, funny, very human exploration of themes around sexual abuse, sexual violence, and consent. You can see an example of one of the sessions below and watch more on our film page here.

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Our November Event at Waterstones: A Word with the Authors

UPDATE: We’re thrilled to announce our final event of 2018 is now sold out!  Thanks to all of you who booked up 100 tickets to our special literary evening tomorrow, Thursday 29th November.  This means Waterstones Gower Street is going to be packed with lots of passionate people, not to mention our line-up of award-winning authors, as we […]

The importance of safe spaces in the club scene: Clear Lines and Boiler Room event this Wednesday

“I think having a safer space policy is the very least you can do as a promoter or venue to make your stance on harassment clear and acknowledge the risks womxn take when stepping into your party.”  – Martha, DJ, sound artist and documentary-maker.  Our collaboration with international dance party curators Boiler Room this coming Wednesday 17th October […]

Get your name on the list for our October event!

We have a very exciting collaboration with international dance music curators Boiler Room to bring you a special fundraising party on Wed, Oct 17th!  As a leading music platform, Boiler Room events book up within days, so if you would like to attend please email names to clearlinesfestival@gmail.com as soon as you can! This event is meant to draw […]

Registration now open for Clear Lines 2017

Clear Lines Festival to Address Sexual Assault and Consent Through Art, Comedy & Panel Discussions Bringing Testimonies Forward Not the Booker prize winner Winnie M Li and activist Tania Mendes announce full line In the midst of the #MeToo movement and a growing public awareness around sexual misconduct, a dedicated group of volunteers are bringing […]

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