This is a feminist collective.
Excited to welcome you to Stirred: Shout, a night of feminist poetry exploring voices raised in protest, in solidarity, in union, in the spirit of breaking through….
Monday 23rd March, 7.30pm at The Three Minute Theatre, directions here. £1/2 donations welcomed.
March is the month of International Women’s Day. We are proud to be able to provide a feminist platform this month alongside so many great events. Find links to these below.
Seven open mic slots and some amazing guests. Stirred aims to be an inclusive safe space with spoons and non-compulsory glitter. Safer Spaces policy can be found on our blog, links below.
Trade unionist, failed rugby fullback, recreational trumpet player, occasional spoken word artiste, tea drinker, feminist.
Five young women from Xaverian College exploring the theme of shout, directed by Marianne Daniels, featuring Patricia Snake who performed at Stirred Bodies and was ace!
Stirred Poetry Workshops on the theme of shout will be on Weds 18th March at Kim by the Sea, 6-8pm.
Links for March events:
SICK! Festival was launched in 2013 as the first festival of its kind in the UK dedicated to exploring the medical, mental and social challenges of life and death and how we survive them (or don’t). SICK! presents an outstanding international, cross art-form programme featuring theatre, dance, film, public installations and debates in venues across Brighton & Hove, Manchester and Salford.
The festival seeks out new ways of talking about and dealing with the bad times that are unflinching, informed, irreverent and humane. It is a reflection on those experiences that are most personal to us, but which somehow connect us all as individuals with bodies, minds and lives that sometimes go wrong.
From suffragette smashing windows in the gallery to a breathtaking exhibition of female surrealists, Manchester has a rich heritage of stereotype-smashing women. Yet society, and the art world, is still dominated by men.
‘In Emergency Break Glass’ brings together the North’s best emerging female contemporary artists, performers & creatives to challenge the male-dominated artistic canon, respond to the gallery’s artworks and inspire attendees.