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Mothers & Daughters : I'm Glad I Asked

Mother and Daughter : I'm Glad I asked : Michele O'BrienWorkshops

“Unique experience, what a lovely opportunity. Beautiful Setting – Sympathetic Workshop leader – just the right balance of guidance and letting us get on with talking ourselves. Thank you for an experience that I know will lead to a lot more communication with all my daughters.” Feedback from workshop

Questionnaire

Just 3 questions to answer!!!! If you can ask your Mother/Daughter to take part too that would be gratefully received. However It would be really helpful if you could answer the questions too. I go into production the first 2 weeks in September.

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/CTMVB53

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The Events

Wednesday 8th March 2017 @ 8pm
Venue: Sherling Studio, Lighthouse, Poole BH15 1UG
Ticket Box Office: 01202 280000
Before the show there will be a display of photos and an interactive installation.

Friday 10 March 2017 @ 8pm
Venue: Lyric Theatre, 9 Barrack Street, Bridport DT6 1LX
Ticket Box Office: 01308 424240
Doors open @ 7.00pm with an exhibition of the research and work that took place in workshops in Dorset over the last year.

Saturday 11 March @ 11.00am-12.30pm
Venue: Lyric Theatre, 9 Barrack Street, Bridport DT6 1LX
Ticket Box Office: 01308 424240
A free memory workshop for Mothers and Daughters 16yrs+

What makes the relationship between mother and daughter?

Associate Artist and award winning actress Michele O’Brien shares her relationship with Gena in this funny, tender, heart-felt performance drawn from workshops across the area. This show is directed by Katherina Radeva who has brought ‘Near Gone’ to the Festival previously – which she describes as a ‘moving, challenging and edifying’ experience. Hear about some of Bournemouth’s famous and esteemed mothers, Lady Annie Russell-Cotes, Mary Shelley and her mother Mary Wollstonecraft in this memorable performance at Boscombe’s beautiful Shelley Theatre.