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Please also note:
- To thank you for your time, you will be given £30 after each workshop (£90 in total for the series of three workshops). You will also receive a free ticket to the play in Exeter in 2022.
- We particularly encourage enquiries from potential participants aged 60+.
- Workshops will take place on Zoom on 5th, 12th and 19th October, with a maximum of 10 participants.
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If you have any questions, please get in touch with Richard by email: email@example.com.
To improve the accessibility of the workshops, Zoom automatic closed-captions will be turned on; the Zoom chat will be open for written contributions; and if you use Sign Language, we can book a BSL or ASL interpreter. Care/access support bursaries will also be available. More information about how we will make our workshops accessible will be available on our information sheet, which you will receive when you register your interest. We’re also open to access requests before the workshops start.
The LGBTQIA+ Loneliness and Belonging Discussion Workshop series is part of ‘The Beat of Our Hearts: Staging New Histories of LGBTQIA Loneliness’, an engaged research project funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council and Arts Council England, and led by researchers based at the Wellcome Centre for Cultures and Environments of Health at the University of Exeter. We collaborate with community partners to explore lived experiences of LGBTQIA+ isolation, connection, and belonging in Exeter and its surrounding area in the South West.
This project received ethics approval from the University’s ethics committee (ref number: 488238). It is led by Dr Charlotte Jones (PI) and Dr Richard Vytniorgu (PDRA), in collaboration with Natalie McGrath, Dr Fred Cooper, Intercom Trust, and Exeter’s Northcott Theatre.