Friday 17 May 2019
Friday 17th May - 1pm
A relaxed workshop - babe-in-arms and young children welcome.
Programmed in association with In Good Company
Work through the core elements of what work-life balance is for you and leave feeling refocused, confident and in control!
Key areas covered:
Clarity of what successful work-life balance means to you
Tools to identify and overcome any self-limiting beliefs
Practical applications of time management and organisational tools
A simple action plan to make changes
There is a free crèche provided by Bulwell Toy Library for any age children available during this workshop. Babes in arms can be taken into the workshop but please let us know.
Creche places are limited and must be booked in advance
To book your free place for your child, call The Party Somewhere Else on
07375 665140 or email thepartysomewhereelse @ gmail.com
Clara Wilcox is a straight talking, practical and experienced coach helping clients navigate the tricky waters of returning to work, career changes and professional development. The Balance Collective is a social enterprise focused on improving the lives of parents, by working together to build inner confidence and promote a healthy work/life balance. Find out more and read the blog on www.thebalancecollective.co.uk
The Magnificent Spiegeltent
Relaxed Performance - babe in arms welcome
'Sing me a story' is a beautiful musical storytelling experience for parents / carers and their babies and young children aged 5 and under.
Come and join singer, early years music leader and composer Rosie, plus two professional musicians and take part in this informal, sensory and interactive workshop, designed and written specially for parent and child.
'Sing me a Story' sessions are based around a simple story, with elements of musical free-play, listening to the wonderful instruments, singing and participation, sensory elements, and all set to original music by Rosie.
We lead totally relaxed performances and are feeding / crying / crawling / exploring – friendly! We look forward to seeing you then.
Tickets for The Magnificent Spiegeltent are £6.60 (which includes a booking fee) and each ticket is for 1 child under 3 and up to 2 accompanying adults.
Friday 17th May -
6pm, 6.45pm, 7.30pm, 8.15pm & 9pm
Wrap up warm as some of the performance happens outdoors.
Bad date? Me too.
Meet Lou in the bar, they’ve got some thoughts about this date they went on.
Join Jaz in the smoking area for a catch-up and let them explain.
How about seeing it with your own eyes?
Part site specific theatre.
Part choose your own adventure.
Part intimate encounter.
This voyeuristic theatrical experience explores the rituals and minefields of dating in a post #metoo era. This is about more than gender. It’s about sexual dominance, social constructs and power. Who do we have faith in when one party believes it’s sexual misconduct, and the other, simply a bad date?
Friday 17th May - 7pm
GIRLS brings you the stories of our sisters, daughters, mothers, nanas, aunts, lovers and best friends- the queens who have touched our lives. Devised by a chorus of women whose ages range from seventeen to seventy- this is a whole hearted dance, investigating what it means to be a woman now, through the lived experience of our GIRLS.
GIRLS is a joyful, fascinating and socially revelatory look at what it means to be a woman in 2019. GIRLS subverts the myths and stereotypes of the female experience with a combination of beautiful, playful movement-driven visual theatre, powerful and humorous direct address storytelling, and joyous interactive play.
Friday 17th May - 8.30pm
A hotel room, a maid and a dead woman.
It's not what it looks like, really, it's not.
It was self-defence... and anyway the woman was asking for it
The chambermaid considers herself to be a pretty normal person; she reads books. She pretended to read the party manifestos at the General Election. She's even read The Psychopath Test and she's pretty sure she's not one so...
Fresh from rave reviews and sold out shows at Edinburgh Fringe 2018 and Vault Festival 2019, Ladykiller is a blood-soaked morality tale about victimhood, power and flipping the gender rule book on psychopathy. Charting one woman's journey from violent oppression to bloody revolution, it is the (gruesome) quintessential jet-black comedy for the age of the gig economy.
In 2019 we've extended our Outreach work to ensure as many people as possible are able to access our events.
We've put some money aside to create a fund for people who would like to attend our events but cannot afford a ticket.