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Do you have a little one?

Do you identify as someone who mothers?

Would you like a space to share and unpack your experiences of mothering with others, and to explore those experiences through music?

Join B'Opera Zoë for a series of

6 online workshops,

Monday evenings 8.30-10pm on Zoom with 2 in-person sessions at St George's Church Edgbaston.

2nd May, 9th May, 16th May (in person), 23rd May, (NO SESSION 30TH MAY), 6th June, 13th June (in person).

£4 per session, £24 for 6

What to expect: a space to share your experience of motherhood without expectation or judgment.

We will journal in response to musical prompts, and Zoë will support you to turn what you uncover into a lullaby for your child.

These sessions are designed to be creative and nurturing. Come as you are - pyjamas/cups of tea/wine/feeding babies all positively welcomed - you do you!

Absolutely no musical experience necessary.

If the cost makes it impossible for you to attend, email Zoë at zoe@bopera.co.uk - we may be able to help


You will need to complete the booking form below. You can then choose to pay via bank transfer to the details in the form, or use the Pay Now button below.

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About three years ago I started talking about an idea to make an opera about birth journeys. Traumatic or serene, "natural" or full of intervention, empowered or frightening, these journeys are epic voyages from one world to the next for us and our babies, that deserve reflection and unpacking.
Art is a way of seeing ourselves reflected and making sense of our lives. So it is important that we see ourselves in it.
Look around you - how often do you see your experience of mothering/parenting reflected in the art around you? How often do your little ones see themselves in art? If you're like me, you may answer "not enough" or "not at all".

MotherVoice is the first step on this journey. It's a space without expectation or judgment for those who mother to come together, journal in response to prompts, and turn what you uncover into a lullaby for your child. It will be creative and nurturing and you're invited to come as you are, whatever that looks like for you.