Breaking the silence on what it feels to be born without sufficient eggs or a womb.
The evening will start with a performance of Flushed, written and directed by Catherine Cranfield and presented by Theatre Unlocked. Welcome to the Ladies Room. Two women, one devastating diagnosis and several different bathrooms. The relationship of inseparable sisters Marnie and Jane is put to the test but an everlasting bond is formed within cubicle walls.
Then Natasha Bishop, student and Founder of The Pants Project will be talking about how underwear became her tool for empowerment when she was diagnosed, age 16, with Mayer-Rokitansky-Küster-Hauser syndrome – a condition which means she has no womb.
The performance will be followed by a discussion and Q&A with the artists, Andreia Trigo, Founder of Infertile Life, and Marie Gerval, Co-Chair of the Daisy Network.