Coffee & Conversation Morning for Women

Coffee & Conversation Morning for Women

Sally Marie & Kimberley Harvey (UK)
Sunday 9 July 2017
iC4C 2 Dakeyne StreetNottingham NG3 2AR
Does sex and sexuality change over time? Join Sally Marie for her second coffee morning along with Kimberley Harvey aimed at women under the age of 50 to discuss themes of Sweetshop Revolution's new show.

Sweetshop Revolution's new show, BeautifuL (working title) explores love and sexuality from the point of view of women; what is fantasised about, desired and permissible within the complex web of social structures, expectation and cultural history. It's a piece exploring own experience, celebrating women's solidarity and taking femininity to a more truthful place.

Here are Sally Marie's thoughts and why she would like to host a coffee morning...

We live in a time when people can be gender fluid or polyamorous, perhaps as a freedom from identity and stereotyping. This piece is a doorway into a dialogue about how women and men are experiencing relationships, sexuality and the body right now.

At the heart of it lies the question, how is it we love now and how has it changed?

Overall, I am looking at sexuality across time: from 1817 – 2017. Yet one of the key areas I am also interested in, is a person's own subjective experience of their own sexuality - against the back drop of their life and their own time.

We are therefore holding a free coffee morning and would like to invite some women to a discussion at Dance4. It will be a chance to talk about the subject over a coffee and a biscuit. Whatever is shared will be entirely confidential.

We very much hope you can make it and be an essential part of our new research.


Dance Artist Kimberley Harvey is leading this coffee morning for under 50s. 
If you are of age over 50, please see the coffee morning for over 50's led by Sally Marie on Saturday 8 July.

FREE, but booking advised. Stay as long as you can.
Suitable for 16+

Supported by Dance4, Dance East, Pavilion Dance South West, The White Rock Theatre, Hastings and using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.