Entry: Full £10 / Concession £8
Come and join us for an empowering evening of spoken word, poetry and live music.
Women’s search for meaning is a celebration of women’s bravery and courage, as well as an exploration of what gives women strength and inspiration to overcome adversity.
At this event we will particularly provide a space for the voices of women who aren’t heard enough, especially Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) women and women in prison.
Trafford Rape Crisis has collaborated with HM Prison Styal to share the work of women in prison. The top three winners of the “Women’s Search For Meaning” writing competition within HM Prison Styal will have their work shared at the event.
Afshan D’souza-Lodhi http://afshanlodhi.com/
Cheryl Martin http://www.cherylmartin.co.uk/
Josephine Oniyama http://josephineoniyama.com/
Keisha Thompson https://www.facebook.com/shebekeke/
All proceeds will go to Trafford Rape Crisis. Tickets available from:
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