Wed 19 Jul 2023: 2:00PM
Tron Theatre

Menstrual Cycle Awareness in the Creative Process

Venue: Tron Theatre, 63 Trongate, Glasgow, G1 5HB
Prices: £7 | £8.50 | £10

Amy Draper explores how to run a menstrual cycle aware process to benefit both your participants and their work. It will demystify, provide language and give confidence to talk about this.

Part of the Tron Theatre’s BUILD programme (Apr-Jul 2023)
Wed 19 July 2023, 2pm

Menstrual cycle awareness is all about people who menstruate understanding and working with, not against, the natural and consistent energies of each cycle. It’s brilliant, eye-opening and game-changing. The more Amy has engaged with this, both as a menstruator and someone who leads creative processes, the more it hasn’t made sense to exclude it from other wellbeing practices.

This workshop explores how to run a menstrual cycle aware process to benefit both your participants and the work. It will demystify, provide language to use and give confidence to talk about this, incorporating:

– Fears and taboos of bringing menstrual cycle awareness into the workplace
– The Inner Seasons – an outline of the different monthly energies
– How to harness these as an individual creative
– How to run a team or a room with this and menstrual wellbeing in mind

Amy is a Theatre Director and Women’s Life Coach and Trainer based in North Somerset. She has directed projects in many genres at venues ranging from community halls to the Royal Shakespeare Company. Her passion is creating new musical theatre, and recent shows include Islander (Off-Broadway, Southwark Playhouse, Summerhall, Scotland tour, Radio 4 and Dundee Rep film), Day of the Living (RSC), These Trees are Made of Blood (Southwark Playhouse, Arcola) and Princess Charming (UK tour). Amy is an experienced education practitioner with companies including the RSC and National Theatre, and regularly leads workshops for universities and drama schools such as Bath Spa, where she is an Associate Lecturer.

NOTE: All paid for workshops are eligible for Pay What You Want. As everyone’s circumstances are different, they’re aiming to make our programme of work more accessible. There is a minimum price that they can offer and one that is slightly higher, for those who can afford to pay a little extra to help support the work that they do. They also have a limited number of free spaces on offer, in response to the cost of living crisis.

For further information, please contact creative@tron.co.uk, call 0141 552 4267 or visit https://www.tron.co.uk/whats-on#tab_build/

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