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Sat 24 Oct 2015

Well - Women Aren't Wolves 4-6th December 7-9pm

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Eamonn Public Seen by 310

Women aren't Wolves is an offshoot of Titty Theatre, we produce fresh off and online material out of Wellington. We aim to tell stories that challenge dominant ways of thinking and explore topics that we are passionate about. We are a community collective so are kaupapa involves making content that is easily accessible. Well is our newest project and takes a look at mental health through a hope-full lense. We interviewed over 30 people from our Community who have lived experience of mental illness and talked to them about what it means to be well. We have drawn on their words to devise a dynamic piece of theatre that aims to validate an illuminate these experiences.

Arohanui,
Zoe Joblin

I've talked to the liaison's of Lackbeards and Zeal exhibition and the events are able to work around each other

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Eamonn started a proposal Sat 24 Oct 2015

Well - Women aren't Wolves 4-6 December 7-9pm Closed Tue 27 Oct 2015

Women aren’t Wolves is an offshoot of Titty Theatre, we produce fresh off and online material out of Wellington. We aim to tell stories that challenge dominant ways of thinking and explore topics that we are passionate about. We are a community collective so are kaupapa involves making content that is easily accessible. Well is our newest project and takes a look at mental health through a hope-full lense. We interviewed over 30 people from our Community who have lived experience of mental illness and talked to them about what it means to be well. We have drawn on their words to devise a dynamic piece of theatre that aims to validate an illuminate these experiences.

Arohanui,
Zoe Joblin

I’ve talked to the liaison’s of Lackbeards and Zeal exhibition and the events are able to work around each other

Results
Agree - 6
Abstain - 6
Disagree - 6
Block - 6
6 people have voted (6%)
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Eamonn
Agree
Sat 24 Oct 2015

M

Murdoch
Agree
Sat 24 Oct 2015

Sounds great!

RDB

Richard D. Bartlett
Agree
Mon 26 Oct 2015

very well

BK

Benjamin Knight
Agree
Mon 26 Oct 2015

AU

Ania Upstill
Agree
Mon 26 Oct 2015

HS

Hannah Salmon
Agree
Tue 27 Oct 2015