Fight Like a Girl is a personal and fearless call to arms by feminist writer and scourge of trolls and misogynists everywhere, Clementine Ford. Her incendiary debut is for feminists new, old and soon-to-be, exposing just how unequal the modern world is for women. An invitation to rediscover the fury suppressed by society, Fight Like a Girl pushes back against a world that still considers feminism a threat. In conversation with Jane Caro.

This event will be Closed Captioned. The National Relay Service is available to assist with phone bookings. Call Roslyn Packer Theatre Box Office on (02) 9250 1988 or email boxoffice@sydneytheatre.com.au to book access tickets.

Clementine Ford (Australian)

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Clementine Ford is a writer, feminist and troublemaker based in Melbourne. As a columnist for Fairfax's Daily Life, she has helped to challenge issues of rape culture, men's violence against women, patriarchal oppression and casual sexism in Australia and beyond. Her work has also appeared in The Guardian, Cosmopolitan, the Big Issue, and in numerous literary essay collections. Her first book, Fight Like A Girl, was released in late 2016 and has since become a national bestseller. 

Jane Caro (Australian)

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Jane Caro is an author, novelist, broadcaster, columnist, advertising writer and social commentator. She has published eight books, and is currently working on Just Flesh & Blood the third and final book in the Tudor trilogy. She regularly appears on Q&A, The Drum, Sunrise and Weekend Sunrise. She is currently working on a third documentary series with the ABC. She writes regular columns for Sunday Life, Leadership Matters and Daily Life.