Grazia puts on a 'white wine' Question Time and asks 'will your vote really change anything?'
Are you a floating voter? Can you relate to any politicians? Do you wish we had a Feminist Party? 9.1 million women are still on the fence about what to do on Election Day, but help is at hand for those wishing to get a bit of extra perspective before they put their cross in the box. Grazia has pulled together an expert panel to mull over these questions and more, with drinks and a debate on whether your vote will really change anything come May 7th.
Meet The Panel...
Rick Edwards is the host of the BBC's Free Speech and author of None of the Above, encouraging young people to vote and poses the question ‘will my vote really make a difference?’ Follow him at @rickedwards1
Zoe Williams is a columnist and writer for The Guardian and The Spectator. Her book Get It Together picks apart why we deserve better politics. Follow her @zoesqwilliams
Stella Creasy is the Labour and Co-operative MP for Walthamstow. Follow her @stellacreasy
Anita Anand is a TV and BBC Radio 4 broadcaster on the BBC and the author of Sophia: Princess, Suffragette, Revolutionary. Follow her @tweeter_anita
Penny Mordaunt is the Conservative Parliamentary candidate for Portsmouth North and appeared on Splash. Follow her @PennyMordauntMP
Gaby Hinsliff is Grazia’s Political Editor and will be our chair on the evening. She is also a political columnist for the Guardian and author of Half a Wife. Follow her @gabyhinsliff
How to book...
Click here for tickets. For just £10 attendees get cocktails, canapés and Q&A - held in the sumptuous Parlour at Sketch, 9 Conduit Street, Mayfair, W1S 2XG - as well as the chance to pose any burning questions to our line-up. Doors open 7 for 7.30 prompt start.