The Vagina Monologues

Saturday 7th March

Live Theatre at 8.30pm

Tickets £8 in advance £10 on the door.


The Vagina Monologues written by Eve Ensler, directed by Bethan Dear, and performed by members of the

Dyfi Valley community. 

A V-Day fundraiser, as part of international women's day!!!

Playwright Ensler's The Vagina Monologues debuted in 1996 in New York. Written in response to 200 interviews with women, it went on to become an international phenomenon and is still considered one of the most important and influential piece's of political theatre to date. 

Exploring consensual and nonconsensual sexual experiences, body image, genital mutilation, direct and indirect encounters with reproduction, vaginal care, menstrual periods, sex work, and several other topics, through the eyes of women with various ages, races and sexualities, "The Vagina Monologues" began a revolutionary women’s movement. #Vday

The V-Day global activist movement to end violence against all women and girls (cisgender, transgender, and those who hold fluid identities) is more active than ever. Activists globally produce art for social change, activating their communities & colleges and raising crucial funds for survivors by supporting rape crisis centres & domestic violence shelters, local programs for transgender youth at risk of sexual violence, incarcerated women, & immigrant women and girls, to name just a few. 

To learn more about V-Day https://vspot.vday.org

Come and support our community production of this revolutionary play! We need you to come and stand with us...
  

UNTIL THE VIOLENCE ENDS!

 

We want to re-claim and heal the relationship women have with their bodies and their sexuality. We want to stand up and speak
out against the continued violence and subjugation of women. We want to spread awareness and promote compassion, encourage empathy and create space for change to happen.Join us for an evening of powerful, important, thought provoking, moving, and necessary theatre.All ticket proceeds will go to West Wales Domestic
Abuse Service, who provide support to anybody experiencing domestic abuse, both in the community and providing safe accomodation to those in need and New Pathways,
a rape crisis and sexual abuse support centre in Aberystwyth,
you can learn more here 
http://www.newpathways.org.uk

N.B. The play has the capacity to be triggering, as it explores several women's experiences of having a vagina, including accounts of rape, FGM and gender based violence.

 

Buy your tickets in advance online, or you can purchase them from the box office. Call in or phone 01654 710260.

Movie Info: 01654 710260

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