Line Up 2018

Celebrating the talent of women in the music industry.

Saturday 6th October | The Herbert Art Gallery and Museum

Line up 2018

This year's Boudica Festival is happening at the amazing Herbert Art Gallery & Museum, Coventry on the 5 - 6 October.

FRIDAY 5TH OCTOBER: MUSIC DOCUMENTARY DOUBLE BILL

  • Doors: 6:45 PM
  • £7 entry for both films
  • Tickets

THE BALLAD OF SHIRLEY COLLINS

A lyrical response to the life-and-times of one of folkmusic’s most totemic figures, The Ballad of Shirley Collins is a meditative slice of documentary portraiture, chronicling one woman’s attempts to sing again after a 37-year battle with a debilitating voice disorder.

“Moving and poignant.”– BBC Radio

Get your Friday 5th October's evening screening of both films now: https://goo.gl/r4Dkj4

Please note that this event is 15 +

Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami

Larger than life, wild, scary and androgynous - Grace Jones plays all these parts. Yet here we also discover her as a lover, daughter, mother, sister and even grandmother, as she submits herself to our gaze.

"Sharp portrait of an iconic extraterrestrial"– The Guardian

Get your Friday 5th October's evening screening of both films now: https://goo.gl/r4Dkj4

Please note that this event is 15 +

SATURDAY 6TH OCTOBER: LIVE MUSIC

  • Doors: 5:30 PM
  • £23 Advance / £18 Under 18
  • Tickets

Let’s Eat Grandma

Rosa Walton Jenny Hollingworth Let's Eat Grandma are a British pop group formed in 2013 by childhood friends Rosa Walton and Jenny Hollingworth. They released their debut studio album I, Gemini in 2016 through Transgressive Records.

Savages (DJ Set)

A very very special SavagesDJ set with Fay Milton and Ayşe Hassan spinning the finest tunes into Saturday night! Fay and Ayse will DJ music of all genres, by women, which is the theme of Fay's monthly club night, TOO MANY MAN.

Nova Twins

Amy Love and Georgia South from South East London have been taking the underground scene by storm with their hard rocking sound – which they have named the “Nova Sound” which has gnarly vocals with a hard bass driven centre.

Say Sue Me

Say Sue Me are a surf-inspired indie rock quartet from Busan, South Korea. Friends since 5th grade Jae Young (Bass) and Kim Byungkyu (guitar) met drummer kang Semin at high school and played in bands together until the winter of 2012.

Queen Zee

We've got no time for music, art or politics that are bland,” say Liverpool newcomers Queen Zee & The Sasstones “Bands that sing songs about nothing, that aren't musically adventurous; art that is just a heap of clay with no purpose except for Facebook likes and Instagram followers.”

Mich Cota

The language of sound has always been in- grained in Mich Cota’s identity. As a two-spirit woman, raised by a native father and a white mother in Southern Ontario, Cota began composing small melodies on the piano from the age of three to create her own sacred space in an intensely religious home.

Spill Gold

Experimental, psychedelic pop band Spill Gold formed in the Netherlands in 2017. The band released their debut self titled EP at the end of 2017. Born from members of Dutch dream-pop ensemble Bird On The Wire.

Subscribe to our mailing list

* indicates required