THE BIG INTERVIEW with Theatre Maker Viv Gordon

23 - 26 July 2020
Viv Gordan

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THE BIG INTERVIEW with Theatre Maker Viv Gordon

Bringing personalities centre stage

It’s time to grab a cuppa and enjoy a full-length conversation with personalities who have worked with Wiltshire Creative in the past, either on stage or behind the scenes.

This week we talk to Viv Gordon. She will share insight into her survivor-led theatre practice, the development of her theatre company and what projects she has been working on during lockdown. Viv will be chatting to Theatre Director, Jo Newman.

Viv Gordon is a theatre maker, arts and mental health campaigner and survivor activist. She makes tender punchy political work grounded in her lived experience as a survivor of childhood sexual abuse. Her work is a campaign to nurture voice, visibility and community for survivors and to agitate for change. 

www.vivgordon.com

Thursday 23 July
Click on the link below from 10am on Thursday 23 July to view the BIG INTERVIEW


 

For more information about Viv Gordon you can find her online or view the social media links below

Viv Gordon Website
Facebook
TEdx talk

 

If you have been affected by any of the subjects raised in the film you may find the organisations below helpful.

The Survivors Trust
Our member agencies provide a range of specialist services to survivors including counselling, support, helplines and advocacy services for women, men, non-binary people and children. These agencies are mostly charities and are completely independent of the police.
Visit The Survivors Trust website

Revival – Wiltshire RASAC
Revival – Wiltshire RASAC offers free, confidential counselling and support to male and female (13+) survivors. It doesn’t matter when or where.  No one should suffer in silence.  We are here to help survivors make sense of what’s happened to them and begin to make life changing choices for themselves.
Visit Revival – Wiltshire RASAC

NAPAC
Supporting recovery from childhood abuse
The damage caused by child abuse doesn’t always end in childhood. We offer support to adult survivors and training for those who support them. We run support groups when there is funding to do so.
Visit NAPAC