An international movement cultivating global Radical Self Love and Body Empowerment. Believing that discrimination, social inequality, and injustice are manifestations of our inability to make peace with the body, our own and others, The Body Is Not An Apology fosters global, radical, unapologetic self-love which translates to radical human love and action in service toward a more just, equitable and compassionate world. thebodyisnotanapology.com
TBINAA Founder and poet Sonya Renee Taylor, along with celebrated performer, writer and activist, Denise Jolly, share insights into how forms of oppression can be manifestations of our inability to make peace with the body — our own and others.
This event is at the Cultch Historic Theatre. Advance tickets for $17 (includes service charge) will be available soon at the Cultch Box Office online here, and $22 (includes service charge) at the door at the Cultch Box Office.
Admission to this marquee event is included in your Verses Festival Pass. Verses Passes are available at Brown Paper Tickets here.
This show is all ages. General admission. Box office and Will Call will open with doors at 6pm.
This show may contain strong language, thought provoking issues, and words that make you re-evaluate your life, and possibly take action.
Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferrable.
This event is a scent-reduced space. To assist us in our goal of increased access, please be aware of our attempt to reduce the impact of personal scented products (perfumes, scented oils, etc) in our festival spaces.
Cultch Accessibility Info:
The Cultch underwent major renovations in 2008, which included increasing accessibility for people with disabilities.
All areas but the balcony are wheelchair accessible. You can purchase tickets at the lowered counter outside, then enter the main space via the wide automatic door. Once inside, there is a vestibule leading into the main open-concept lobby. Continuing on, you will find three washroom options: a fully wheelchair accessible single stall gender-neutral washroom, and for Verses, two gender-neutral washrooms each with a wheelchair accessible stall. Staff are friendly and able to assist in a variety of ways.
Seats in the Cultch Historic Theatre have arms and are 18-1/2 inches wide. Arms can be removed on some seats by request.
Please note, the Historic Theatre balcony is only accessible via the staircase.
There is no designated wheelchair accessible parking, but there is street parking around the neighbourhood. As well, there are two parking spots that can be used at the rear of the building. We suggest that people call the box office ahead of time to reserve access to these spaces. There is wheelchair accessible transit within 2 blocks, and bicycle lock-ups outside.
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