woman
srsly

Woman SRSLY champions unique and challenging performance through platforms and support networks for artists experiencing disadvantage due to the performing arts sector’s bias toward cis-male-led work. The carefully selected evenings of interdisciplinary work spans film, dance, theatre, music, cabaret, live art and all round power. Woman SRSLY aims to create a platform for artists to share their ideas and experiences. Applications are now closed.

Upcoming events

WORKSHOPS @ Was Arts, 27th July 2019

Filmed and edited by Daisy Smith

Woman SRSLY is supported by Arts Council England, The Place, Dance Research Studio,

Lucy and Yak, Muxima, Wac Arts, The Yard and Chisenhale Dance Space.