Lucy Cooke – B*tch

A Revolutionary Guide to Sex, Evolution and The Female Animal

£26, Concessions £20 + Booking Fee

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Nov 17


Lucy Cooke – B*TCH: A Revolutionary Guide to Sex, Evolution and the Female Animal

Thursday 17th November 2022

Doors 7.30pm

£26 general / £20 concessions


What does it mean to be female? Mother, carer, the weaker sex? Think again. Whether investigating murderous meerkat mothers, same-sex female albatross couples, philandering female monkeys, menopausal orca matriarchs, or the titanic battle of the sexes waged by ducks, Lucy Cooke exposes the sexist bias embedded in evolutionary biology and reveals the emerging truth about female animals, The bitches in BITCH overturn outdated binary expectations of bodies, brains, biology and behaviour and

showcase the extraordinary plasticity of sexual expression in nature.


‘a joyous debunking of gender stereotypes in nature”

The Guardian


“a witty guide to animal sex, from the heir to Attenborough”

The Telegraph



Lucy is an award-winning broadcaster and documentary filmmaker with a Masters in Zoology from the University of Oxford, where she was tutored by Richard Dawkins.

She has presented prime time series for BBC, ITV and National Geographic and is a regular on Radio 4 where she hosts her own “Power of…” series and frequently guests on

Infinite Monkey Cage and Sue Perkin’s Nature Table. Lucy has written for the Sunday Times, Telegraph, Mail on Sunday, New York Times and Wall Street Journal. She is the author of two previous books, A Little Book of Sloth, which was a New York Times bestseller and The Unexpected Truth about Animals, which was shortlisted for the Royal Society Insight Investment Science Book Prize and has been translated into 17 languages.


Twitter: @mslucycooke

Instagram: @luckycooke

Facebook: @ExplorerLucyCooke


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