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Friendship Never Ends: Hate Sucks Panel Event

Friendship Never Ends - Hate Sucks Panel Event

13th Feb, 6.30pm, 100 Wardour Street

As our lord and saviours the Spice Girls once sang, 'friendship never ends'... but what happens when it does? What happens if you have toxic friends in your life? What makes a good friend in 2019, and how important is friendship to us?

Hate Sucks by Skinnydip London is exploring the theme of friendship, and we invite you to a panel event exploring friendship in 2019, what it means for us, and how we can all become better friends for the fabulous people we surround ourselves with.

Hosted at the exclusive 100 Wardour Street, Soho, London, W1F 0TL, we'll have drinks, some snacks, and positive conversation on the 13th Feb (which is GALENTINE'S DAY!) at 6.30pm.

Panellists include:

Kate Leaver

Kate is a journalist, author, speaker & branded content specialist. She currently writes for The Guardian, The Independent, Vice, Glamour, The Pool, Vogue, Elle, Stylist and Refinery29. Her first book, The Friendship Cure came out in 2018 and looks at the art and science of friendship, and why we need each other more than ever.

Kate Moyle

Kate Moyle is a Director at The Thought House Partnership on Mortimer Street, a private therapy practice for Psychosexual and Relationship Therapy. She has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology at the University of Leeds and a Masters Degree in Relationship Therapy from The Relate Institute.

Leyya Sattar

Leyya is co-founder of The Other Box, an award winning organisation englightening and empowering people to live and work more inclusively. Co-founded with Roshni Goyate, it works with huge organisations to challenge the lack of diversity within the creative industries.

Nathaniel Cole

Nathaniel Cole is the co-founder of both Swim Dem Crew, an inner city Swimming Club that uses swimming as a tool to enhance peoples lives and Blacxellence, a site that showcases Black activists and creatives. He is also a workshop facilitator with GREAT and Sexplain, two charities that talk to young people about masculinity, mental health and relationships.

Martin Robinson

Martin is the founder of The Book of Man, a revolutionary new online platform dicussing modern masculinity and everything that comes with it. The site discusses mental health, toxic masculinity, body image and more, creating a new and exciting space for men's media.

Tickets available here:

Bring your pals for an evening of fun, friendship and fabulous conversation.

We can't wait to see you there xo




Earlier Event: February 7
Red Bull UK: The Creative Storytellers
Later Event: March 6
TOB x Apple Regent Street