The Life Orgasm Project

Community Women's Workshops Running from
Last event: Saturday 14 October 2017 at 10am

Part of: Activities, clubs and groups

The demands of life and the boundaries in which we each live in, can mean many of us spending our time and energy on a long list of “shoulds”. This is especially true for women; so what’s the alternative? The Life Orgasm project is a series of workshops for women with the aim of connecting to our individual joy. They are filled with creativity, coaching exercises, journaling and the vibrant energy of women witnessing and sharing with each other.

Feeling on Purpose – 7 & 9 Sept
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The Goddess and the Gremlin – 21 & 23 Sept
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Joy in Action – 12 & 14 Oct
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£5 per session. For ages 16+

Louise Dudley is a Life Coach who has been coaching women for over a decade. The Life Orgasm Project is a culmination of Louise’s work and my life experiences as a woman. What keeps her awake at night is the desire to actively promote the purpose of joy and fulfillment for women as they step out beyond their societal allotted space.

Please note that the brochure states that these events are free. This was a misprint.

Cinema Arcadia (12A)

1 hr 28 | Scouring 100 years of archive footage, BAFTA-winner Paul Wright constructs an exhilarating study of the British people’s shifting — and contradictory — relationship to the land.

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Cinema The Piano (15)

2 hrs 1 | The 25th anniversary re-issue of Jane Campion’s acclaimed and multi-award-winning film. British composer Michael Nyman provided the hypnotic soundtrack.

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Cinema Fistful of Dollars (15)

1 hr 36 | Sergio Lenone’s classic ‘spaghetti western’ back on the big screen in a new 4K digital restoration with the unforgettable score by Ennio Morricone.

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Cinema Lift to the Scaffold (PG)

1 hr 28 | Louis Malle’s debut crime drama starring Jeanne Moreau as a femme fatale. Miles Davis composed and recorded the film’s original jazz score.

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Cinema Leave No Trace (PG)

1 hr 49 | A riveting and complex drama about an army vet living off-grid in the American Wilderness with his 13 year old daughter Tom. From the director of Winter’s Bone.

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Mary Shelley (12A)

2 hrs 1 | The biopic of Mary Shelly, 200 years on from the publication of her extraordinary novel Frankenstein.

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Sing (U)

1 hr 48 | In a world populated by animals a singing contest is launched in the hope of boosting the fortunes of an old theatre and its Koala bear owner.

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Cinema McQueen (15)

1 hr 51 | Alexander McQueen’s rags-to-riches story is told in this intimate documentary of McQueen’s own world, celebrating his profound influence.

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Cinema Ocean’s 8 (12A)

1 hr 50 | Debbie Ocean is ready to assemble the perfect all-woman team to pull off the diamond heist of a life-time. A stellar cast brings glitz, glamour and bags of style to the normally male-dominated genre.

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Cinema 2001: A Space Odyssey (U)

2 hrs 30 | The 50th anniversary re-issue of Stanley Kubrick’s ground-breaking science fiction. Touching on major themes of human existence, evolution, technology and artificial intelligence, this classic film still feels extremely modern.

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