Join Mothers Who Make for an inclusive and revolutionary performance platform in Exeter. Local mothers will share spoken word, stories and songs exploring everything from mythology, domesticity and power. They will be joined by the brilliant mother and spoken word artist, Liv Torc, who will headline the event with her rousing and timely poems.
Expect both a relaxed and lively atmosphere, where everyone is welcome. Children are welcome too and their needs will have equal status in the room. There will be some lovely toys from Merry Go Round Toy Library for them to explore. The mothers who take to the mic may have children on stage with them. The content of the show is adult centered but we will be mindful of little ears.
Our Workshop Bar ran by Ebdon’s will be open and ready with teas, coffees, cakes and refreshments.
So, book your ticket and join us for a relaxed afternoon of spoken word or…
Would you like to take part?
To support local mothers writing for the mic, Mothers Who Make have organised a series of 5 workshops on Wednesday mornings in May and June.
The series begins on the 25 May with theatre maker and mother Liz Richardson, this will be a chance to explore creating autobiographical work for the stage. There will also be workshops with Spoken Word artists Rebecca Tantony, Liv Torc and Tolu Agbelusi. All levels of experience welcome. Children also very welcome too.
Each workshop is £10 or book all 5 for £45 here.
For full information visit the Mothers Who Make website, here.
Wk 1: Liz Richardson – Creating Solo Work – Weds 25 May, 10am – 12 noon
Wk 2 & 3: Rebecca Tantony* – Spoken Word – Weds 8 &15 June, 10am-12 noon
Wk 4: Liv Torc – Spoken Word – Weds 22 June, 10am – 12 noon
Wk 5: Tolu Agbelusi – Spoken Word – Weds 29, June 11am – 1pm
Wk 6: Space for the group – Weds 6 July, 10am-12noon
This series is produced by Lizzy Humber (Mother/Producer/Mothers Who Make) supported by Arts Council England and in collaboration with Theatre Alibi, Exeter Phoenix, and The Dream Festival.
Any questions please get in touch with Lizzy by email: firstname.lastname@example.org