To champion and support the work of cartoonists, comics artists and graphic novelists whose work focuses on the drama of the everyday.

But what IS Laydeez do Comics (LDC)? 

Laydeez do Comics is like a combination between a book club
and a series of TED talks
(Julie Davis Art Animal, a women’s art magazine, 2013)

Laydeez do Comics is a female-led but not female-only unique graphic novel forum that meets monthly in London. We host guests to speak about their work with a focus on comic works based on life narrative, and the everyday.


The steering is UK based, and we operate as an unincorporated voluntary organisation with six committee members who are: Charlotte Bailey, Rachael Ball, Wallis Eates, Sarah Lightman and Nicola Streeten. We have satellite branches around the globe, For more head to our “About” page.

Forthcoming London Events: EVERYONE WELCOME!

Monday 11 December 2017, 7-9pm 
The Teahouse Theatre
139 Vauxhall Walk
London SE11 5HL
nearest tube: Vauxhall

Guest Speakers:
The Surreal McCoy: Cartoonist talking about her new Arts Council England sponsored graphic Novel.http://www.thesurrealmccoy.com/

Nicola Lane: Artist talking about her project ‘Spirit House’ and other great things.


Venue: Varies – we’re like a travelling circus!

Join the Facebook Group for updates.
Run by: Charlotte Bailey & Sammy Borras
Contact: ldcbirmingham@gmail.com
£1 Optional Donation ❤

NEXT MEETING: To be announced



Meetings are held bi-monthly on Mondays – no need to book just turn up
Venue: Wharf Chambers, 23-25 Wharf Street, Leeds LS2 7EQ
Time: 6.30-9.30pm

Cost: £1.50 donation
Run by Louise Crosby
contact: laydeezdocomicsleeds@gmail.com
NEXT MEETING: To be announced




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