Is Ireland a good place to have a baby or do we need a Revolution? Theatre project needs YOUR stories for a play on women’s experiences in the Irish Maternity Services

IS IRELAND A GOOD PLACE TO HAVE A BABY OR DO WE NEED A REVOLUTION?

4elements Theatre Company, in collaboration with AIMS Ireland, is creating a play that will voice women’s experience of maternity in Ireland- but we need your help.

Every birth is a story that only you can tell.

Daughters of the Revolution is a series of drama workshops exploring women’s experience of maternity in Ireland and we are inviting women to come and share their stories.

The workshops are drama based and will use theatre games and exercises to have fun while building confidence and sharing experiences.

Beyond being a mother-no previous drama experience required.

These workshops are offered at no cost as part of a project to create a piece of theatre celebrating women’s birth experiences.

Pregnancy and birth place women at the overlap between public and private spheres. Using storytelling and drama exercises, the workshops will explore how we, as women, navigate the journey of maternity.

To participate you must be over 18, and have dealt with maternity services in Ireland in the last 5 years. Places are limited so please book your place

Further information and contact details:

info@4elements.ie.
4elements Drama Workshop flyer
DATES: Saturdays from SEPT 14th to NOV 16th (Excluding Oct 26th)
TIME: 11AM-1PM
LOCATION: Greenside Studios, Cuffe Street, Dublin 2
(Near Stephen’s Green at the junction of Kevin Street and Wexford Street)
CONTACT: Kate Harris on info@4elements.ie or on (086) 8933091

We look forward to hearing YOUR story!

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