European Congress on Tropical Medicine and International Health
'Are health systems failing to meet the needs of women?' A debate following a performance of 'Orchid'
'Choices' at Outburst Queer Arts Festival
On 12th and 13th November, B!RTH's UK play 'Choices' by Stacey Gregg will be performed at MAC theatre in Belfast as part of Outburst Queer Arts Festival 2018.
B!RTH at the Wellcome Collection
On the 4th October, B!RTH will be presenting an evening of theatre at debate at the Wellcome Collection, and all are invited to join the discussion via livestream.
Big Hope 2
B!RTH's Syria play - 'Q&Q' by Liwaa Yazji was performed by a student cast as part the Big Hope 2 global youth congress in Liverpool, followed by a lively panel discussion.
'Choices' at Fertility Fest
On 11th and 12th May, B!RTH's UK play 'Choices' by Stacey Gregg was performed as part of Fertility Fest 2018.
On Tuesday 20th March 2018, B!RTH held an evening of performance and debate at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine for students and staff.
'Q&Q' at the RCOG 2018
On Friday 2nd March, ‘Q&Q’ was performed in London at the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG), Regents Park, as part of their International Women’s Day event.
‘Choices’ - Swansea 2018
On Tuesday 27th February 2018, B!RTH’s UK play ‘Choices’, by Stacey Gregg, was performed in Swansea as part of an event organised by Swansea University Midwifery Society.
On Friday 24th November 2017, B!RTH went to the the World Health Organization in Geneva. Performances of Orchid, written by Mῦmbi Kaigwa (Kenya) and Q&Q written by Liwaa Yazji (Syria) were followed by a panel discussion and interactive debate.
Stacey Gregg’s beautiful play Choices was performed at Dublin Fringe Festival in September 2017.
Four B!RTH plays were performed at the Traverse Theatre during the Edinburgh Festival in August 2017.
B!RTH was launched as a four day international festival at the Royal Exchange Theatre in Manchester in October 2016. The festival included performances of 7 B!RTH plays written by leading female playwrights from across the world and a series of debates with experts from science, art, academia and politics.