In collaboration with Suffolk Rape Crisis, DanceEast are welcoming self-identifying women and girls (including trans and non-binary people) aged 14+ to join us for our Take Up Space dance workshop. As part of the Reclaim the Night 16 Days of Activism, this workshop is open to all dance abilities and will be a chance to try something new in a safe and FUN space. A time to let loose, celebrate sisterhood and boogie together.
More information on Reclaim the Night:
The Reclaim the Night march gives women a voice and a chance to reclaim the streets at night on a safe and empowering event, as well as other events over the 16 days of activism that lead up to the march (25 November – 10 December). This year our theme is Take Up Space. Over the 16 days of activism, we want to highlight how sexual violence reduces women’s personal freedom and how we can take back a sense of control, to be seen and heard, by using the concept of ‘space for action’ (a term coined by professor Liz Kelly).
Over the 16 days of activism, we want to provide women and girls with workshops and events that allows them to take up physical, intellectual, emotional, and social/spiritual space as we count down to our annual reclaim the night march on 7 December.
This workshop is open to all women and girls (including trans and non-binary people) aged 14+. It is open to all dance abilities.
*This workshop is free to attend. There is a suggested donation of £3 – £5 to Suffolk Rape Crisis.
The dance artist leading this workshop is the wonderful Laura Wright.
Laura says: “The session will be a chance to connect with your inner soul sister, whilst finding joy and confidence. It’s about celebrating you in all your glory!”
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