Less of a podcast and more of a global phenomenon, The Guilty Feminist, hosted by Deborah Frances-White and featuring world-class guests, is part comedy, part deep-dive discussion and part activism.
Examining our noble goals as 21st-century feminists and our hypocrisies and insecurities that undermine those goals, The Guilty Feminist has had a spectacular 90-million downloads in five years.
Deborah has brought the show to Australia and New Zealand on several successful tours and is bursting with near hysteria to come back and be with her Antipodean guilty feminist crew after a year and a half of London lockdown.
The wait is finally over with a national tour starting in Adelaide on July 13 and also includes Perth, Canberra, Melbourne, and Brisbane. These shows are primed to be a lot of fun, with surprise guests, comedians, and music by UK folk singer Grace Petrie.
“I’m a feminist but I’m planning my sequinned outfit for the opening night of my Australia/NZ tour before I’ve planned the content. I can’t wait to be back down under where audiences know how to bring a rock concert to a feminist podcast recording,” Deborah says.
Starting The Guilty Feminist Podcast in 2015, Deborah went on to write the critically acclaimed novel The Guilty Feminist in 2018. Some of the star-studded guests on the podcast have included, Emma Thompson, Millie Bobby Brown and Phoebe Waller-Bridge just to name a few.
Deborah’s credits don’t just include her work with The Guilty Feminist. She’s also a stand-up comedian, screenwriter and corporate speaker, and has screenwriting credits on projects such as Young Dracula and Say My Name.
The Guilty Feminist’s Adelaide show will be happening at the Norwood Concert Hall on July 13th.
Book your tickets to see your favourite guilty feminist here.