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Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank Centre, London
The actor and activist discusses her life and the realities of exposing the truth

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Rose McGowan: Brave, tickets available for one night only talk

Actor and activist Rose McGowan talks about her unusual life and the realities of telling the truth when others seem set on ignoring it. Expect the talk to be real and raw, and honest. McGowan comes to the stage of the Queen Elizabeth Hall at London's Southbank Centre for one night only so make sure you have your Rose McGowan: Brave tickets.

After an unusual childhood being raised in the Children of God cult, McGowan would go on to become part of the Hollywood cult. Having gained international fame as a leading actor in films like ScreamJawbreakers and Grindhouse and on beloved television series Charmed, Rose McGowan has become known a well-known figure, but she doesn't seem to like playing by the rules of Hollywood. 

Hollywood Whistleblower Rose McGowan interviewed live

Over the past 18 months Rose McGowan has become best known for her role in helping to call out the misogynistic and unjust practices of the entertainment industry. Her memoir Brave was released in 2018 as was a 4-part documentary series Citizen Rose. Rebelling against what was expected of her and demanding to stand up as her true self, Rose McGowan will be interviewed live on stage to share her views on inequality and the multi-billion-dollar industry based on misogyny and unwritten rules. 

Face pointing firmly to the future, McGowan now focuses on her work as a writer, director and music artist, re-emerging in her own unique, courageous, controversial and fiercely unapologetic way. 

Book your Rose McGowan: Brave tickets now to make sure you have a seat at the Southbank Centre to hear McGowan open up on stage.


Additional Information

Age restriction

Children under 16 will not be admitted.

Running time

2hrs

Performance dates

Saturday 4 May 2019.

Content

Contains some content of an adult nature.

Venue Information

Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank CentreSouthbank Centre, Belvedere Road, London, SE1 8XX