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The Motherhood Project

Playing until 25 Apr 2021

Battersea Arts Centre

An online festival of dramatic monologues and real-life reflections by leading UK artists and thinkers. 
The Motherhood Project at Battersea Arts Centre

Image courtesy Battersea Arts Centre

Show details

Synopsis


In 2020 curator Katherine Kotz invited writers, artists and technicians to join forces to create exciting new pieces of work during the lockdown, with the aim of supporting  vulnerable women and children affected by the pandemic.  


Fifteen short films explore the guilt,  joy, absurdity, pressure and taboo surrounding motherhood, offering a fascinating cross-section of perspectives. 


Writers and contributors include Anya Reiss, Hannah Khalil, Lemn Sissay MBE,  Morgan Lloyd Malcolm, Suhayla El Bushra and more.


Background, advisory warnings


Age suitability: 14+


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Theatre


Name:
Battersea Arts Centre


Postal address:
Lavender Hill
Battersea
London SW11 5TN

Box office tel: 020 7223 2223

Box office email: Send Mail

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Dates


Previews from:Monday 19 April 2021

Closes:Sunday 25 April 2021

Performance days & times


Evening:
Available to stream any time between the 19 ‑ 25 Apr

Matinee:
-

Running time: Films range from 2 - 16 mins

Tickets


Standard:
Pay What You Can (suggested price £10) All ticket sales include a 50% donation to Refuge

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Creatives


Production: Katherine Kotz in association with Drift Studio. Gunk is produced by Katherine Kotz in association with Abíóla Rufai-Awójídé. Kalhan Barath is produced by Katherine Kotz in association with Jay Rozanski.

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