Mon 18th Mar - Tue 19th Mar
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“all i really want is some comfort – a way to get my hands untied.”
-alanis morrisette

yes, i am angry. i have good reason to be angry. I will not apologise for being angry. This does not mean that i want to be angry.

all i really want is to walk down the street without fear; to feel

peaceful in this world; to feel safe.

“a way to calm the angry voice” explores the misunderstanding and misrepresentation of feminism in social culture and the media, focussing specifically on sexual assault, anger, and hope- challenging the often-assumed notion that feminists are angry man-haters whose end goal is to uproot society and watch the world burn. anger is not the destination, it is the current location. it is not where i want to be, it is where i am now. this piece unpacks the simplicity of what many feminists and sexual assault survivors actually want – some patience; some peace; some comfort; some justice.

Performance has minimal seating, only for those in need.

Tuesday 19th March

Begins at 17:15

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