Motherhood: Exploring Maternal Experiences of the Pandemic in the Digital Age

Featuring excerpts from award winning playwright Sue Bevan’s and Prof Tina Miller’s film on pandemic motherhood and an extract from Dr Antonia Mackay’s upcoming play performed by Human Story Theatre.

Image of a young girl sitting at a table wearing a face covering, playing with stencils.

What does it mean to be a mother in the digital age?

Join us for cake, and take part in audience discussion with academics, other mothers and performers.

Featuring excerpts from award winning playwright Sue Bevan’s and Professor Tina Miller’s film on pandemic motherhood and a short extract from Dr Antonia Mackay’s upcoming play performed by Human Story Theatre, the event offers a range of accounts and stories all asking what it means to be a mother in the post-pandemic world.

This event provides an opportunity to shape and participate in discussions around pandemic motherhood in ways which recognise the complexities of contemporary maternity, motherhood and mothering in the post-covid landscape.


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Location

Ark-T @ The Venue, 242b Barns Road, OX4 3RQ

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