Siobhan is an award winning Irish Performance Poet living in Yorkshire. Her poems, powerful and often funny, celebrate our sacred connection to the Earth and the return of the Divine Feminine. She is the winner of WOMAD Festival poetry slam 2017. She performs widely in England, Ireland and Europe and has been creating Spoken Word projects for over 20 years, combining Spoken Word with music, dance, art and with film including –The Mouth of the Cave, Voices of Womenand Echoes of a Spiritual Nature. She is actively involved in the 100 Thousand Poets for Change worldwide movement. Her recent multi-lingual poetry film Forgotten Memory has been shown at the Cork Film Festival and at the Cyclops Film Festival, Ukraine. – http://youtu.be/daY7jIjjQUM Her poetry has been published…
Kate Fitzpatrick is a myth-writer, musician and a spiritual teacher. She is author of the best-selling book Macha’s Twins A Spiritual Journey with the Celtic Horse Goddess. Her work is shamanic, poetic and experiential. She digs deep into the feminine to create a new mythology for healing and transformation.
The Periods are a 6 piece band formed in 2015 inspired by the anything-goes ethos of their punk foremothers to liberate creative forces and start their own all female band. With spoken word and art rock influences the group bring a playful and vampy psychedelic sound into the ether with a natural freedom. The line up includes Sophie Coyle (vocals, percussion, laptop), Orla Barry (vocals, kaossilator), Caroline Whately (guitar, keyboard, vocals), Joanne Finnegan (bass) and Nicola Moran (keyboard, aerial dance, vocals)
Ann Cleary is a Movement Medicine teacher and is reigned by the Movement Medicine Association as a professional teacher. She brings to her teaching her love of dance, her own experience of the healing and medicine of moving, her love of life and her practical and academic trainings in facilitation and personal development. For further information contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 00353 86 7727096. focus on finding the embodied feminine in all of us