The Future Is Female: The Best In Female Artists, Events & Comedy Coming Soon



The future is female. Who run the world? Here come the girls. I’m every woman. We could go on, but instead we’ve got a killer line-up from some of the best in female artists, events, theatre and comedy coming soon. From moving theatrical performances, to kick-ass pioneers; we’ve got you covered.

Fearne Cotton’s Happy Place

Best-selling authour, acclaimed podcast host, and household name Fearne Cotton is encouraging us to embrace wellness, joyful food, and discover a Happy Place this summer. Taking place at London’s glorious Chiswick House and Gardens and Cheshire’s picturesque Tatton Park, Fearne Cotton’s Happy Place is the embodiment of unlocking your inner happiness and enjoying life’s little moments. Through creative workshops, expert yoga classes, live podcasts, and talks from inspiring individuals are all part of Fearne’s vision to achieving that ethos. So take a deep breath, count to 10, and enter your Happy Place.

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Little Mix

With a whopping 33 awards between them – including two BRITS, six number one singles worldwide, 21 singles reaching the Top 20 charts worldwide, and collaborations with some of the biggest names in the industry; Little Mix truly are a force to be reckoned with. The embodiment of Girl Power, Little Mix’s fifth album ‘LM5’ boasts an uplifting message of self-love, power, and confidence, track by track. You can see the world’s biggest girl group perform these anthems live as they embark on another huge, UK tour this Autumn.

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Emil!a

After huge critical-acclaim and a sell-out run at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, the inspiring story of Emil!a has taken the West End by storm, transferring over to Vaudeville Theatre due to it’s popularity. Focusing on the life of Shakespeare’s alleged former lover Emilia Bassano, of whom he describes as the mysterious ‘Dark Lady’ within his sonnets,¬†the story weaves through the patchwork of her ever-intriguing life through three major stages.¬†Written by Morgan Lloyd Malcolm in the wake of the #MeToo movement and featuring an entirely female cast, who play both female and male parts, Emilia is the boldly unapologetic and passionate performance you have to see.

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Bikini Kill

Widely known as the pioneers of the riot grrrl movement by using their music to encourage women to speak up, spread their message, and bring like-minded women together; Bikini Kill have returned after their split in 1997! Creating a lasting feminist legacy through anthems such as ‘Rebel Girl’, punk fanatics and riot grrrls across the globe are certainly excited about their comeback (and only European dates) – with one out of two dates already sold out.

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Ruby Wax

Comedian, best-selling author, and hilariously insightful, Ruby Wax’s new show ‘How To Be Human’ focuses on everything you need to know about being human; from emotions and relationships, to addictions and sex. This new (and quite frankly huge) UK tour follows Ruby’s sell out shows Sane New World and Frazzled, incorporating what she’s already discovered and learnt along with experts. So if you’d like to find out what makes us ‘us’, or how to upgrade your mind as much as your phone, whilst laughing your socks off, then How To Be Human is for you.

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As the overseer of the Blog and Marketing Executive at See Tickets, Emmy is an enthusiast for all things copywriter-y. With permanently itchy feet (you should probably get that checked out), Emmy is always seeking her next overseas adventure, tip-toeing at gigs, and talking to her dog like a human.