They/Them/Us: Telling Our Story
28th February 2020, Manchester
Event Full Details:
How often do we take the time reflect on ourselves and our stories?
A communally reflective workshop, especially for non-binary individuals, exploring how words can be used to instigate, navigate and contemplate our queer stories.
Suitable for those wanting to explore writing for the first time in a safe space, those looking for inspiration and encouragement with their current writing skills and those who already love to write, but would like a shared queer space to do it in.
We will be responding to prompts, listening to music, colouring, creating personalised word banks, vandalising perfectly good books and listening to each other.
Facilitated by Adyn Quinn-Davis.
Free event, no booking required.
Any questions: email [email protected]
This event is for genderfluid, non binary and gender expansive people who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer or questioning, all or part of the time, including trans, older, disabled/neurodivergent people and those of all faiths and backgrounds, and transfeminine or transmasculine people.
This event is FREE and is at:
5 Richmond Street
Nearest tram stop:
Piccadilly Gardens or Manchester Piccadilly Station.
Coming on your own?
We start off each session with introductions and can organise for someone to meet you. Just drop us a line if that’s something you would like/need.
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• Access requirements
• Travel bursaries
(we offer these without any condition, please contact us in advance of the event if you would like to access, please note we are unable to reimburse without sight of ticket/receipt)
• If you have any ideas on things you would like to discuss or workshop, let us know!
We try to make our services welcoming and accessible to all; if you have any specific access requirements, please let us know and we'll try to help.
Price per Person: Free