Having lived through the turmoil of cancer diagnosis, the issues surrounding life with this illness is something that is close to our hearts. We offer specific coaching and counselling services to women and their carers throughout the different phases of cancer. Whether this be reconnecting with your life and forging a new one, learning how to overcome taboos, communicating with close relatives and friends, re-establishing life as a new woman… We can support you in achieving a new perspective about yourself and your life.

We’re excited to see that this subject is being tackled in the upcoming National Theatre collaboration with Home Manchester, A Pacifist’s Guide to the War on Cancer by Bryony Kimmings and Brian Lobel.

 

War on Cancer Bryony Kimmings

A whistlestop tour through life with a cancer diagnosis, with songs.
In six unconventional stories we get a glimpse behind the poster campaigns, provocative news stories and political posturing. Expect unexpected anthems, questions on morality, shit loads of wigs, sequins, and probably bucket loads of tears in this examination of the scariest world we know.

 

The show will be playing at the National Theatre in the Autumn, but if you’re not in London, you can catch the tour in either Exeter or Manchester (tour dates here)

 

 

 

 

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