Friday 5th April, 7.30pm to 8.45pm and Saturday 6th April, 7.30pm to 8.45pm

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"Invisible Targets" critically examines the treatment of pregnant bodies within the Western healthcare system, with a specific focus on the experiences of women who have endured stillbirth.

The performance seamlessly integrates movement, storytelling, and objects to bring these narratives to life. In this devised solo performance, the narrative unfolds as the story of a grieving mother attempting to unravel the events during her hospital stay, where her child was stillborn.

This piece juxtaposes the stark realities of the medical healthcare system with the intimate journey of a bereaved mother navigating societal stigma. Informed by a report from Mothers’ Voices and the Ockenden Review, an investigation of two maternity services in England, as well as auto-ethnographic experiences, this performance examines maternity care and the taboo surrounding the topic of stillbirth.


About this performance

Age guidance: This performance is recommended for ages 18+.

Content warning: This performance contains semi-nudity, strong language and references to stillbirth and death.

Interval: The artist will confirm nearer the time if this performance will have an interval.

Post show discussion: This performance has a post show activity in form of an open conversation.

Tickets: Tickets are Pay What You Can and available through Eventbrite 


Accessibility 

The first show will be a relaxed performance

Touch tours are available, please email [email protected] if you require one.

See our Accessibility Guide for information about access in our venue. 


Find out more about Timna Krenn

Timna is a European performer, originally from Austria, and has a background in acting and linguistics. She successfully finished her studies in Performance: Theatre Making at the University of the Arts London and is currently residing and working in the British capital. As a performer, actress and linguist, she is driven by her hunger to question dominant narratives. Making theatre lets her open conversations about discrimination, feminism, and solidarity. Within her creative research she embraces a multidisciplinary approach through movement, spoken word and a wide variety of media.

Facebook: /theinfluencerTK

Twitter: @TimnaKrenn

Instagram: @timna.k 


SHIFT+SPACE 

This performance is part of the SHIFT+SPACE programme 

Theatre Deli’s SHIFT+SPACE programme is a free performance opportunity for artists to present their work that needs an audience to develop, where artists keep 100% of the Box Office! 

Find out more about the SHIFT+SPACE programme here.