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Presented by The Artemis Theatre Company

A script-in-hand production based on the lived experiences of older LGBT+ people in adult social care.

The play by Clare Summerskill is based closely on interviews with older LGBTQ+ people about their experiences with social care services.

It has been written with a social care workforce in mind, but everyone is welcome to attend. The event includes a safe-space performance followed by Q&A.

Please be aware that some of the content of this play makes for upsetting and uncomfortable listening – it is based on real-life experiences. The performance contains themes about abuse, transphobia, homophobia, and heteronormativity.

The FREE event forms part of a research project at the University of Kent’s Centre for Health Services Studies (CHSS). If you have any questions, please get in touch with Jolie Keemink on j.r.keemink@kent.ac.uk 

 

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