Invisible Women: A Mini Festival


Spare Tyre returns with a provocative programme from a range of overlooked women artists and communities.

Invisible Women: A Mini Festival at New Diorama Theatre

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Festival type: Feminism

Region: London

About the festival


Bodies, babies, assisted dying, courage, politics, and overcoming challenges are explored through dance, visual art and theatre.


During its 40th year, this programme celebrates Spare Tyre's roots in the feminist movement of the 1970s, revealing the hidden stories of the women artists and communities we work with.


This production is supported by the New Diorama Emerging Companies fund and is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.


Spare Tyre is a leading participatory arts charity based in London.


They've spent the last 40 years producing bold and powerful theatre with voiceless communities and individuals that inspires and challenges us all.


Spare Tyre currently works creatively with:


adults with learning disabilities

people aged 60+

people with dementia

women who've experienced violence

economically disadvantaged communities.

Spare Tyre are an Associate Ensemble of New Diorama Theatre.


Dates


Starts:Tuesday 20 February 2018

Ends:Saturday 24 February 2018

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New Diorama Theatre


15-16 Triton Street
Regents Place
London NW1 3BF

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