Dates and Times
Thursday 1st July - Wednesday 28th July at on demand
Featured in our Calm Down, Dear Festival: three weeks of blistering performance celebrating the female experience and the fight for gender equality. Click here to view the full line-up.
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Presented by Carolyn Defrin
Inspired by strengths identified in her own menstrual cycle and related conversations conducted with 28 people across age, gender and life experience, Carolyn Defrin creates a new series of short films called 28 Days Greater. Revering vulnerability as much confidence, care as much as ambition, rage and anxiety as much as peace and calm, these 28 individual meditations also form a narrative whole, exploring how the menstrual cycle offers clues for living harmoniously with oneself, nature and other people. Made in collaboration with filmmaker, Rosie Powell, the films will be released one day at a time throughout July.
By booking a ticket you get to experience all 28 films together with additional bonus commentary by the artists and participants.
Otherwise, each film can be experienced one day at a time, for free through CPT’s social media channels.
You can also book for the live and in-person launch event here.
CONTENT TO CONSIDER
The company don’t believe there is any content to consider in this performance.
The company don’t believe there are any health warnings in this performance.
If you have any other questions or enquiries that are not covered here please do get in touch by emailing Emma, our General Manager at [email protected]
About the company
Carolyn Defrin is a multimedia artist working across theatre, installation, and film. Originally from the US, she developed a collaborative practice working with several Chicago ensemble theatres. Her work in the UK has been commissioned by Ovalhouse, the Albany, performingborders and LADA, and shown at Borough Road Gallery, Westfield Shopping Centre, The Yard and The Barbican.
She is the co-founder of the multimedia storytelling platform, Kissing Project, and a proud new doctor of philosophy.