Sole Purpose Productions presents She Wants to be a What? This event has now been postponed until Thursday 6th May 20201. Friday 19th February 2021 8pm

PLEASE NOTE- This event has now been postponed until Thursday 6th May 20201. CLICK HERE TO BOOK for this new date.
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Single mother Gwen is an open-minded, liberal feminist. With her lifelong friend Maggie, she's actively involved in a steady succession of protests aimed at putting the world to rights. Until.... something happens to change her world.

Produced and directed by Patricia Byrne, Berni Kerr's gripping drama explores the journey of a transgender man from a mother's perspective. It charts with empathy, incisiveness and dark humour the impact on their friends and family circle, and the support that is available. It also touches on the mental health care system.

"She Wants to be a What? tells an important message in a human, relatable way teaching us of the complexities of such a subject whilst also underlining the need for more conversation around it." - Derry Journal

Sole Purpose Productions is a multi award award winning theatre company that has toured extensively in Ireland, the UK and the USA.

This project is supported by the Community Foundation for Northern Ireland through the Social Justice Small Grants Programme.

This performance will be followed by a Q&A with members of the transgender community.

This play will be available to stream live or to keep (watch back on demand for 7 days) from Sunday 21st February.

We are also offering a limited number of in-theatre live tickets for this events in the hope that we will be allowed a small socially distant audience in our theatre.

www.solepurpose.org

www.solepurpose.org

In theatre ticket £12/ £10 | Stream Live £7 / Stream & Keep for 7 days £10 / Stream, Keep & Donate £12

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