It is just a month to go until the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and I'm taking Sisterhood, my first big production that I've created, up there along with the help of an awesome group of fierce and talented women. It's terrifying and exciting. Sisterhood has been born out of a myriad of conversations with a variety of different wonderful women, both over social media and in person, about subjects like fertility, motherhood, #MeToo and gender identity.
It became clear through these conversations that something was stirring in the world of the divine feminine and that it is time for us, as HER embodiment's on earth, to get our hands dirty and stand up loud and proud for what is important to us and what we believe in. But to do this we need to know that it is safe, because it hasn't been safe for a very long time. Creating Sisterhood has been hard and scary and exposing but it felt like vital, brave and powerful work. I can't wait to take it to Edinburgh. But I do need your help.
I know it's not the first time I've asked for money this year, which makes it harder to ask again now, so I'm only doing it because I really need to. It costs so much money to take a show to the Fringe and I've nearly raised enough to cover these cost, apart from the last few, so any help you can give will be ever so warmly received. There's some super gifts for your pledges too, which means you get something out of it as well, but mainly you'll be helping me to take this show out there into the world and hopefully energise some women out there who have not yet been told that they are a unique and beautiful part of a world wide women's web, one that is waking up and growing every day in power and that we've got their backs. Let's go let them know.