Type of Artist:
Talk, readings and short activity session.
DetailsPreferred age range:
Maximum number in any one session:
No limit on numbers except for size of venue.
No of sessions per day:
Max 3. One in the morning and two in the afternoon.
45-60 minutes for a talk, reading, short activity session and Q&A plus time for signing.
Areas prepared to travel to:
Anywhere if overnight expenses are met.
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RUN, REBEL debut YA novel in verse.
“The feedback from the project has shown that Manjeet had a huge impact on the students involved. One participant of the project, after revisiting the stories commented; ‘It was good to be able to listen and reflect on how far we have come since that first session and it was good being able to share your story with other people, and it also allowed me to see how far I have come. It has definitely helped with my confidence.’ Everyone involved found the sessions with Manjeet really empowering and inspiring.”
Shabana Shaheen, Youth Co-ordinator at Ashiana community group and Birmingham Repertory Theatre.
“The impact on the girls Manjeet has worked with is immeasurable. Manjeet is amazing. She cares so deeply about the girls and works tirelessly to support the group. She really knows how to empower and inspire a group!”
Emily Ghassempour, community engagement officer for Run The World and Quarterhouse Theatre.
Manjeet Mann is an actress, playwright, screenwriter and director. She is the founder of Run The World - an organization that works with women and girls from marginalized backgrounds and helps to empower them through sport and storytelling. RUN, REBEL is her debut YA novel written in verse. Her sessions with young adults will be inspiring, empowering and fun!