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Our Festivals

Festival of The Girl 2023 saw us returning to the Business Design Centre in Islington, North London with even more activities and workshops for the girls and their families to enjoy.

We were so excited to be live again in 2022 at the Business Design Centre in Islington, North London. With over 1000 attendees, 50+ activity stalls, 8 main stage acts and 28 workshops it was a jam packed day of inspiring and engaging content for the girls and their families.


Not only that but we  created an exciting free virtual hub and Festival of The Girl activity book so no one missed out. We also had 100s of girls taking part in our #FutureGirlPledge campaign.


"I pledge to try and educate more children by raising money for them."

Isobel B, 11

"It was a really lovely day, thank you for having us! My daughter is feeling very inspired."


"I pledge to never say,

'I can't' and always say,

'I can't yet'."

Cotton, 13

"We really had an amazing afternoon and wanted to thank you for putting together such a fantastic event."


"I pledge to become more involved in STEM activities, especially at school."

Mya, 14

"I honestly can't tell you how inspiring, fun and brilliant it was. I've told everyone I know about it and they are

all going to look out for the next one."


"I think boys and girls should be able to show emotions."


"My daughter and I enjoyed the day very much and will definitely be attending next time."


"Thank you so much

for putting on such an amazing event."


"I pledge to stop

being alright about

sport inequalities."

Ruby, 12

"I pledge to be

a rainbow when

I grow up."

Oona, 3

For Festival of The Girl 2021 our free bespoke child-safe virtual festival was back. It launched on Sunday 10th October, in celebration of International Day of the Girl, and was live for the whole of October.

Our theme, My Brilliant Body, was created to change girls' perceptions of their bodies.  Celebrating them for what they do for us, rather than how they are seen by others, and redefining what Girl Power means in 2021.

From sports and body image, physical careers from construction to being a surgeon and activities like beatboxing and coding, and so much more, we were committed to showing girls that their bodies are brilliant in every way. 

We were so inspired by all the girls (and boys) who took part this year - from all over the world. If you missed it you can find all the incredible videos and activities on our Festival of The Girl YouTube channel, here


Festival of The Girl 2020

- Future World

Festival of the Girl 2020

Festival of the Girl 2020

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Like everyone in 2020, we adapted and went online with our event. We created a bespoke child-safe virtual festival site with over 80 interactive videos and activities for girls and their families to enjoy. Every child who signed up received a Festival of The Girl journal and lanyard to help create the festival experience at home.

Young girls are our future change makers so through the Future World galaxy the girls could explore anything from STEM to mental health, sport global warming, and activism to architecture.

With more than 2000 girls signed up from all over the world, over 3300 plays of videos and 284 hours of content watched (that's nearly 12 days of footage in one day!) we were able to create a lasting impact in a tough year.


If you missed it click here for our YouTube channel where you can find all the incredible videos and activities that were created for Festival of The Girl 2020.

Festival of The Girl 2020

- Feedback


"Thank you for putting together such a fabulous festival for young people."


"I learnt that I can do anything I put my mind to and The Future is Mine!"

Evie, aged 11

"The content was wonderful, and it was a lot of fun to engage with my daughters with it."


"We are so pleased to see you shine and open girls' minds."


"Fantastic!  We are loving it.  So much inspiring content to explore."


"My one wish for the future world is world peace and women's rights."

Girl, aged 10

"I learnt tips to improve confidence.  I am going to practice them at school."

Girl, aged 10

"I learnt to always be positive and to be proud to be a girl."

Olivia, aged 10

"I learnt women are awesome!"

Girl, aged 11


Festival of The Girl 2019

- Future Opportunities