Premiering in 2018 at Tribeca Film Festival and Hot Docs, Tiny Shoulders: Rethinking Barbie is a 90-minute documentary film from Academy Award-nominated and Emmy Award-winning director Andrea Nevins (The Other F Word) for Hulu (USA). The documentary film sees Barbie’s transformation over the years from her humble origins to her controversial persona today, throughout which Barbie has become a fashion icon, a lightning rod and a target for feminists.
Standard tickets - £15.00.
All tickets are non-refundable.
Tickets for full members of the Royal Television Society are complimentary but MUST be booked in advance – please provide your membership number when booking.
On the eve of his fiftieth Birthday, we take the opportunity to talk to Lee about his amazing career so far and his love of comedy.
This very special event takes place at The Compass Room, Lowry Theatre, Salford Quays, 6.30pm for 7pm.
This is a free event and tickets are in high demand, if you are unavailable to attend please do cancel your tickets.
In recent years, we have seen such enduring favourites as Blind Date, Top Gear, Dancing on Ice and Robot Wars revamped and returned, with the aim of recapturing loyal audiences and attracting new ones.
We have seen The Great British Bake-Off switch channels and talent and receive just as much love and adoration on Channel 4 as it did on BBC. The key question is: when do you stick and when do you twist? In the company of four experienced TV executives intimately acquainted with one of TV’s great gambles, we find out….
The critically acclaimed second series hit our screens in 2014 and realising they had a hit on their hands, the BBC commissioned two more that year. Having become the most popular drama series broadcast on BBC Two in the multi-channel era, Line of Duty made the jump to BBC One.
With filming for series five underway and fans eagerly anticipating the return of the AC-12 team in 2019, Line of Duty is widely recognised as the decade’s best British drama series.
Join us on the 21st May where a panel of industry leading VFX and Motion Graphic artists and producers will come together to share top tips and advise on how to get a first foot in the door of the visual effects industry. How you can set yourself up to stand out from the competition and what you should do to take a proactive approach to entering the industry. With examples to be shown and stories to be told, the event promises to be insightful and inspirational.
Join us to meet the team behind this very successful series and enjoy a special screening of the landmark 50th episode.
Some facts about Moving On
Moving On is in its tenth series, all series have been filmed in and around Liverpool using local businesses and tradespeople.
Join our distinguished panel – including Harriet Harman, who introduced the legislation requiring gender pay data reporting - to discuss what the figures show, the implications for companies and the sector more broadly, and what can and should be done to narrow the gender pay gap.