You, Me and Patriarchy: Exploring a system which affects us all
This 12 week course involved 6x in person, socially distanced workshops and 6x self-led online content. Created by MakeyUppers, in conjunction with Sole Purpose Productions, the course ran from November 2020 to February 2021.
Sorcha Shanahan and Gemma Walker-Farren are MakeyUppers, an original comedy storytelling duo using theatre as a tool for personal and social change. Their work is hugely diverse and always rooted in creating meaningful work through play.
The interactive and fun course explored patriarchy – what it is, why it’s important to know about, and how to change it – using drama, comedy and storytelling.
*Free and open to anyone aged over 18.
*Spaces are strictly limited and conditions apply.
*Registering interest does not guarantee a place unfortunately
*All participants must be able/available to participate fully in the entire programme (in person workshops due to happen Tuesdays 6-8pm Nov-Feb in Strabane)
*No previous experience or knowledge necessary
If you are interested, please fill in the Expression of Interest form - https://docs.google.com/.../1cPo4qa5gPn7pU60hn15w.../edit... - OR email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be in contact!
This project is supported by the Community Foundation for Northern Ireland through the Comic Relief Fund.
Bringing professional theatre to communities
Sole Purpose is a company limited by guarantee, registration number NI37481 and is recognised by the Inland Revenue as a charity, reference number NIC100618