Words To Our Daughters Community Conversation at Manchester Central Library

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Words To Our Daughters at Manchester Central Library, Manchester, 4 March 2017, free entry - Visit now

The Wednesday Collective invites you to contribute to the creation of a brand new play. They are looking for women of all ages, particularly those under 21 and over 50, to attend a community meeting to participate in a truthful, interactive conversation, sharing fears, expectations, understandings and knowledge.

This conversation will inspire The Wednesday Collective’s four women playwrights to write a brand new play that will be shared as a rehearsed reading on Saturday 11 March at the People’s History Museum. The conversation will be accompanied by music from Manchester duo Taylor and the Mason who will write a song inspired by the discussion. This event has been supported with a grant from Manchester City Council.

From 2.30pm

Words To Our Daughters at Manchester Central Library, Manchester

4 March 2017
Free entry

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