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  • Mother*s Meeting at Camden People's Theatre: Call Out!

    Image: Image of Kelly Green by Rosie Powell

    Are you a mother*? Would you like to have some crafty performance fun to moan and chat about all things mumsy?

    Artist Kelly Green invites you to take part in six workshops using crafting to make friends with other mother*s and discuss what we as mother*s need. We’ll then explore telling our stories and having a sing song. The sessions will happen once a week for 6 weeks (on Monday mornings, detailed below). They'll be teas and coffees, snacks, craft packs for younger children that may need to join us, and a £10 gift voucher each session as a thank you for participating. Place are limited, so please ensure to sign up early! 

     

    Fill in this form to sign up.

     

    Who is it for: Mother*s, mums, mamas, mas, mummies and more who live in Camden, are working class, young/single and/or queer. The term mother*s is to be inclusive to anyone who identifies as a parent or mother, regardless of their gender identity or journey into parenthood.

     

    Where: Camden People’s Theatre, 58-60 Hampstead Rd, London, NW1 2PY

     

    When: Weekly on Mondays from 10.30-12pm:

    - 9th October 

    - 16th October

    - 23rd October

    - 30th October

    - 6th November

    - 13th November 

     

    About Kelly: Camden born and bred, Kelly is a working-class queer mum, neurodivergent, performance artist; a noisy, feisty, hot mess. Her performance work is fun, interactive and is always about class. She has made two solo shows CHAV (2018) and SLAG (2019), and was the artist-in-residence with the LADA and Canterbury Christ Church University (2016-2019) for their 3-year programme with Tate Exchange exploring class, social privilege and live art with young people from Dover and Wales. For more information: www.kellyg.net

     

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    This outreach is part of the research and development for a larger scale project called MILF the Musical, supported by Camden People’s Theatre, Heart of Glass, Metal Peterborough, and The Cockpit Theatre.

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