The Guilty Feminist Live

The Guilty Feminist Live

“Hilarious, irreverent, eternally surprising, classy as hell genius. They always have fascinating guests, don’t pull any punches and are screamingly funny” Phoebe Waller-Bridge

“Essential for the planet” Emma Thompson

‘Ever worry you’re not doing feminism right?’

Since its launch in 2016 – The Guilty Feminist has grown to become less of a podcast and more of a global phenomenon. With over 95 million downloads in six years, with a Sunday Times bestselling book – The Guilty Feminist is part comedy, part deep-dive discussion, and part activism.

Every show opens with its hallmark – one liners – ‘I’m a feminist but… one time I went on a women’s rights march, popped into a department store to use the loo, got distracted trying out face cream & when I came out the march was gone…’

The Guilty Feminist is the podcast in which we explore our noble goals as 21st century feminists & our hypocrisies & insecurities which undermine them.

Now the show is about to hit the road, with a national tour as host Deborah Frances-White presents the podcast in front of a live audience. Each show will include a variety of world-class stand-up comics and some local guests for deep lively conversations – plus a musical act to have audiences singing in the aisles. Prepare to leave entertained, inspired, empowered & at least 25% more feminist!

“I’m a feminist but I sorted my sequinned cape for this show before I got my booster. Guilty Feminist audiences know how to bring a rock concert to a podcast recording. I can only imagine what a riot it’ll be after two years locked up! We’ve added some acts in these shows that you can only see live & that’s really the best way to experience the show anyway. Come join the Guilty Feminist army.’ Deborah Frances-White

Deborah Frances-White is a comedian, podcaster, and writer. She has toured the show around the world including a sell-out show at The Royal Albert Hall in 2019. Deborah recently won the Game Changer award at the Comedy Women in Print Awards.

Her independent film SAY MY NAME premiered at The Leicester Square Odeon in 2019. Her new feature film THE WISHBOARD is currently in preproduction with Redwave Films. And her live stand-up storytelling comedy shows have been featured as specials for the BBC on Radio 4 as part of her Writers Guild Award-Winning Series DEBORAH FRANCES-WHITE ROLLS THE DICE and her follow-up series DEBORAH FRANCES-WHITE INTRODUCES.

Deborah’s book THE GUILTY FEMINIST is a Sunday Times Bestseller and Virago at Hachette has

commissioned her new book – SIX CONVERSATIONS WE’RE SCARED TO HAVE. Her television credits include Have I Got News for You, Mock the Week, Would I Lie to You? and Question Time. Her op-ed pieces, columns and interviews have appeared in The Guardian, The Telegraph and The New York Times.

Deborah is in demand as a keynote speaker and host, regularly delivering seminars on diversity and inclusion, and hosting high-profile events such as Stylist Magazines Remarkable Women Awards.

Deborah also works closely with Choose Love raising funds and awareness and is an official Amnesty International UK Ambassador.

Her new stand-up comedy show; THE GUILTY FEMINIST STANDS UP, about Coming Out and Going In, has just had a sell-out run at The Soho Theatre. More dates will be released soon.

The Guilty Feminist won the 2020 British Podcast Spotlight Award and the 2021 PodBible Award.


Saturday             05/03/2022        Brighton              Dome

Sunday                06/03/2022        Nottingham        Theatre Royal

Sunday                20/03/2022        Oxford                 New Theatre

Wednesday        30/03/2022        Bath                     Forum

Saturday             09/04/2022        Cambridge          Corn Exchange

Sunday                10/04/2022        Northampton     Derngate

Friday                  22/04/2022        Liverpool            Philharmonic Hall

Saturday             23/04/2022        Sheffield             Octagon

Sunday                24/04/2022        Stratford             RSC

Sunday                08/05/2022        Reading               Hexagon

Sunday                15/05/2022        Canterbury         Marlowe

Thursday             19/05/2022        York                     Barbican

Friday                  27/05/2022        Birmingham        The Alexandra

Saturday             04/06/2022        Cardiff                 St Davids Hall

Thursday             16/06/2022        Newcastle           Tyne Theatre

Friday                  17/06/2022        Manchester        Salford Lowry

Saturday             18/06/2022        Glasgow              Pavilion

Saturday             01/10/2022        London                Eventim Apollo