|Being a Man Festival|
|Venue||South Bank Centre, London|
|Founded||1 February 2014|
|Activity||Addresses the challenges and pressures of masculine identity in the 21st century.|
Speakers at the inaugural festival included: Grayson Perry (artist), Ziauddin Yousafzai (father of the Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai), Michael Kaufman (co-founder of the White Ribbon Campaign) Jon Snow (journalist), Billy Bragg (singer), Nick Hornby (writer and lyricist), Charlie Condou (actor) and Hardeep Singh Kohli (broadcaster and writer).
Speakers included: Simon Amstell (comedian), Robert Webb (comedian), Kevin Powell (American political activist), Alan Hollinghurst (writer and winner of the 2004 Booker Prize) and Antonythasan Jesuthasan (author and actor).
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