How To Be Well In A World That Is Sick? Live Stream

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How To Be Well In A World That Is Sick? Live Stream

Time: April 28, 2022 from 2:30pm to 4pm
Location: Aberystwyth Arts Centre & Online
Website or Map: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/…
Event Type: theatre-, live, &amp, streamed
Organized By: Bethan Dear
Latest Activity: Apr 29

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Event Description

An opportunity to watch a live stream of this of this incredible new  show which is currently premiering at Aberystwyth Arts Centre. It's opening performance last night was a sell out.

"It was perfect & moving and raw"
"A brave and empowering performance"
"Thank you for having the bravery to voice what so many of us keep buried"

Western Society. A patriarchal, image obsessed, capitalist, consumer-machine.


Gender based sexual violence. A global sickness. A worldwide epidemic.

How can we be well, when the over-culture conditioning has seeped into our very skin?


How can we recover and heal, when our social norms go against what we all truly need?

Where is the space to take our pain, our grief, our trauma, our rage?


Where can we speak, wail, shout, cry, be heard, held and validated?

Stark, beautiful, visceral, hopeful and bold; Bethan shares her story.


Drawing on her own lived experiences of trying to heal deep trauma.

She combines film projection, movement, clown and spoken word.


Exploring the long term impacts of sexual and domestic violence.

 A story of falling down, deep into the darkness.
Of getting lost, stuck and trapped, in the past.

A story of getting back up again, and finding the light.
Of beginning again. And again. Many. Times. Over.

 

AGE GUIDANCE: 18+ due to full frontal nudity, explicit language content and references to violence and mental health struggle

RUNNING TIME: 1hour 45 minutes – no interval

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