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Improbable's Devoted and Disgruntled Session February 2014

report on www.devotedanddisgruntled.com keywork solo show about mothering and birth

We were selected to perform a 15 minute extract from our findings at the Dome Theatre Brighton The Works

March 4th 2015

I've been making a video diary of the process.

Here are the links to the different sections: 

Here is what some of the audience members had to say about it:

 

Beautiful piece, assured, poetic, moving, intelligent, somber and fragile.

 

Very powerful and clearly brilliant.

 

Bold - Clear - Honest emotions - Strong

 

 

 

 

Motherhood: (Un)speakable, (Un)spoken

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Supported by

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During the R&D we performed 'Motherhood: the (Un)speakable (Un)spoken' on November  27th and 28th at the Lantern Theatre, Brighton and on the 30/11/2015 at the Bread and Roses Theatre London.  

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Photos by Daniel Lawton

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Shows ... please follow the links

There are no shows at the moment. For bookings please get in touch. 

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We are open for booking for touring 23/24 

The performance is ideal for studio theatre spaces, community and school halls and healthcare settings. It runs at 70 minutes and is followed by a sharing with the audience.

 

Audience age recommendation: aimed at adults, but suitable from 10+.

 

To receive a tour information pack, please contact info@joannarosenfeld.co.uk

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The Creative Team

Performed and Co-devised by Joanna Rosenfeld

Directed and Co-devised by Kath Burlinson

Designed by Ellan Parry

Original Score by Sioned Jones

Produced by Tessa Howell

Dramaturgy by Lou Cope

Set Build by Duncan Henderson

Movement Consultant Janine Fletcher

Digital Art Consultant Alinah Azadeh

www.motherhoodshow.co.uk website Neil Shardcore, Fortune Cats Limited

Duncan, Sioned, Ellan, Lou and Tessa worked as contributors, collaborators, co-creators and co-facilitators and were at no point during the creation process confined to their role mentioned above.