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SAY Artists: A powerful exhibition of artworks created by young women who are survivors of sexual violence.
Mobilising playfulness and pleasure as a radical act within a history of women’s resistance, healing and growth, Toys for Survival started life as a series of workshops for survivors of gender-based violence and the exhibition explores sensuality and sensory pleasure through sculpture.
Come along to our Edinburgh reading group to discover and chat about poetry, fiction, and narrative non-fiction by women writers of colour.
Celebrate the bold women writers who’ve reinvented and revitalised ancient myths at this Story Cafe Special.
Can you name a Renfrewshire heroine? How are women’s lives reflected in Renfrewshire’s towns and villages? How are they celebrated or remembered? Bring your stories and ideas to this exciting new project. A chance to try out something new, take part in creative workshops and make friends.
Rediscover the joy of being read to and hear about women writers, poets, and fighters at this Story Café on Radical Women at Paisley Book Festival
It’s time for Lights! Action! Tea! once again in our friendly and relaxed regular No-Acting-Required Drama Queens sessions. Come along and join us!
Artist Ingrid Pollard and filmmaker Siobhan Fahey present this screening of The Archivettes (2019) centering on the Lesbian Herstory Archives in Brooklyn and a short preview of Fahey's Rebel Dykes (2021) which documents the London lesbian scene, exploring the politics, clubs and communities that were forged in the 80’s.
The Reading group focuses on books written by Muslim women or with topics of particular relevance to Muslim women today, and we also watch films together. If you are passionate about books and love to share them with others, or you simply want to get into the habit of reading, this group is for you!
These workshops place Muslim women at the heart of their own creative experience and provide the space, time and support needed to tell your stories in your own terms. These sessions are led by experienced playwright and producer, Sara Sharaawi, who will share skills to help you build tension and write dialogue as well as give you the unique chance to work with professional actors and artistic director Jemima Levick!