Daughters of Fortune is a groundbreaking arts and science project exploring learning-disability and parenthood.
The subject of learning disability and parenthood is complex. Since 2015, Mind the Gap has been capturing stories from learning disabled parents and undertaking research alongside medical experts, geneticists, social workers, council officers and advocates.
This research directly feeds into a series of artistic outputs that aim to open up the subject matter, reduce stigma, and ultimately improve the experiences of learning disabled parents.
You can find out more about these outputs here:
Anna – An interactive forum theatre workshop
Mia – A small scale touring theatre production
Paige – A collection of stories and images of learning disabled parents
Zara – An epic outdoor production