Kim Cattrall to Speak at UBC

Monday, December 29th, 2008 — 9:32pm PST
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One of the stars of Sex and the City and with numerous other credits under her belt, Vancouver Island’s own Kim Cattrall will be speaking at UBC next week.

Cattrall will talk about her career and issues such as women in the workforce, post-feminism, and self-image, at an appearance in Vancouver on January 7 (noon to 1 p.m.) at the Frederic Wood Theatre (6354 Crescent Road, UBC), where she’ll be interviewed by Jerry Wasserman, the acting head of the UBC Department of Theatre, Film, and Creative Writing. [Georgia Straight]

There is no cost for admission although you will need to call in advance for tickets.

If I were in town this wold be a not-to-miss event as Cattrall is engaging, powerful, and a strong career woman whom I’d love to hear speak and give insights.

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  1. fotoeins says:

    She has done things her own way, and has generally maintained herself away from the tabloid-wantaway wastage. I first laid eyes on her on “Mannequin” in the late-80s, and smitten have I ever been since …

  2. […] Since that time, Panty by Post has launched their website (which is soon to be updated, including a blog) and I’ve had them sign on Keira-Anne as an ambassador as well. I must admit, it’s pretty fun to see our names listed on their media page right under Kim Cattrall. […]

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