As older women, we have a wealth of wisdom and experience. But are we sharing those riches with others or are we hiding them from the world? Writer/ performer Yang-May Ooi is taking to the West End stage for the first time, aged 52, to tell her personal story and she wants more women in mid-life to make a difference to others through sharing their stories. She shares her story on the blog of the Life Enhancing Coach, Sue Plumtree
You can read the full article on Sue’s blog by clicking on the image below:
Sue Plumtree is an established author. Her first book ‘Across a Crowded Room: how to find and keep the love of your life’ (Hodder Headline) was followed by ‘Dancing with the Mask: learning to love and be loved’ (find out more here).
She is regularly interviewed by the media, including BBC Radio 4’s ‘Woman’s Hour’, ‘late night with Graham Torrington’, ‘The Daily Mail’, ‘The Daily Telegraph’, ‘The Observer’ and others on the subject of crossroads for older people – whether caused by imminent retirement, divorce after a long marriage, bereavement, etc. She is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (FCIPD) and holds a Certificate in Coaching and a Certificate in Higher Education.
You can buy tickets for Bound Feet Blues via bit.ly/bfbtickets
Tristan Bates Theatre
1A Tower St, Covent Garden WC2H 9NP
Tue 24 Nov – Sat 12 Dec, Tue – Sat at 7.30pm.
Tickets £16 / £12 concessions.
Q&As post-show, 27 Nov & 4 Dec.