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Image: Girls, Girls, Girls by Emma Bloomfield

Uncaged Aerial Theatre have been hard at work developing a new show which will be taking place at Arts Centre Washington on Thursday 26th May. After a residency at ARC Stockton in early April, the trio have been finalising their production of Girls, Girls, Girls, which tackles the complicated question of what it is like to be a woman, from three different perspectives.

Emma Bloomfield, Sarah Dobbs and Rosie Vleugels have come together to create a showcase of three unique performances which share their own experiences and understandings of womanhood, with all the challenges and questions that come along with it.

Considering all of the pressures from society, as well as the pressures we put on ourselves, Girls, Girls, Girls explores not only the causes but the effects; as they learn more about themselves, this show will ask audiences how a woman can break free from these boundaries.

With over 20 years of combined aerial experience, these brilliant Sunderland-based creative practitioners will use their skills to tell emotive and challenging narratives, using both physical strength and emotional power, making for a visually dynamic way of opening up the question of what it means to be female.

Girls, Girls, Girls is at Arts Centre Washington on Thursday 26th May.

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