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    It Will All End in Tears: Writing Rage with Sticky Fingers Publishing

    Sat 28 May at 3pm
    Tickets Pay What You Can (£5 suggestion)
    Discussing texts such as Audre Lorde’s the Uses of Anger, Pilot Press’s A Queer Anthology of Rage, and Johanna Hedva’s Sick Woman Theory, we will think and write through what pisses us off.



    Content Notice
    Running Time 120 minutes
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    Content NoticeThe company do not believe there is any content to consider, please email foh@cptheatre.co.uk if you have any specific concerns
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    Discussing texts such as Audre Lorde’s the Uses of Anger, Pilot Press’s A Queer Anthology of Rage, and Johanna Hedva’s Sick Woman Theory, we will think and write through what pisses us off. What has rage got to do with resistance, care, and feminist methodologies? Can writing anger actually change anything? What does rage writing mean beyond catharsis?

    This session will encompass short readings and writing exercises of varying lengths. At the end of the session, all participants will be encouraged to email Kaiya & Sophie a piece of writing they worked on to be published in the June issue of the Sticky Fingers Mail Out. All participants will receive a copy of this in the post.  

    No writing experience necessary, no prior readings required. 

    Tickets for It Will All End in Tears: Writing Rage with Sticky Fingers Publishing

    Sat 28 May, 15:00

    "Hats off to the CPT for this fine show, well researched and coming from a place of great passion... Comm­unity theatre at its most effective."

    Camden New Journal (Human Jam)