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Thursday 7th October 2021

The Dark Circle

— Online
A womxn's talking circle welcoming the darker aspects...
price: Tiered pricing Headfirst Tickets


Join Kimbers Rogers and Deborah Antionette for this monthly offering. The Dark Circle is an online gathering for womxn that supports connection, expression and transformation. Rooted in the mythology and wisdom of the Dark Feminist, the Dark Circle represents a space in which we can befriend our darkness; bringing all aspects of our womanhood into expression.

Dark Circles are a monthly online sharing circle for womxn to share their feelings & to be heard, on the first Thursday of each month. The circle starts at 7.30pm and finishes at 9.00pm. The circles will be online to maximise accessibility and ensure consistency with meetings during the current times.

Based on the format of a traditional women's circle whereby the holding of the group provides a non-judgemental space that allows each person sharing to hear themselves and potentially find a deeper insight into themself as a result. There is no feedback or interpretation of your sharing.

The Dark Circle sets itself apart as there is a specific welcome to darker aspects of ourselves - anger, pain, sorrow, uncertainty and anxiety. This invitation is anchored in an understanding of the power of the archetype of the Dark Feminist.

The ancient archetypes of empowered women look vastly different to what we have come to expect today. Their storied myths and the wild wisdom contained in them offer us an alternative template in which to explore a sense of self which is rooted in the integration of all aspects of our womanhood. The Dark Feminist’s wisdom teaches us that the unknown places within us which we consider to be our most shadowy parts, in actuality represent the fertile and Heartlands of all-that-we-are. It is from this place that we can embody the fullest expression of all-that-we-can-be.

This is a womxns sharing circle which supports the voicing of all aspects of self which society at large attempts to deny or silence. It is a supportive compassionate energetic presence in which to have your own expression witnessed by other womxn who are also befriending their darkness.

*You do not need previous experience of attending womxns circles.
Please note this event is for all: cis and trans womxn, as well an non-binary people who are comfortable in a space that centres the experiences of womxn.

*You will need a device which can access Zoom. Once you have booked on, you will be emailed the zoom link and passcode.

Thursday 7th October, 7.30pm - 9pm
Thursday 4th November
Thursday 2nd December
Dates for 2022 TBC.

Investment: £7/8/9 per person. (Please contact us directly on deborahantoinett@gmail.com if you would like to attend but finances are limited).

About the Hosts

Deborah Antionette:
Debs is a creative performer, storyteller, theatre maker and facilitator. For her, stories hold the potential for deep healing, and laughter offers the possibility of irreverently unveiling the absurd ways the world can be. She digs into myths, flys with the magic of fairytale and revels in writing theatre sketches that shake-shit-up. Her explorations of story and Self extend to the realm of Systematic Constellations - a collective healing practise which focuses on our personal stories and seeks movement where relationships and narratives are stuck. She is the co-creater of comedy show 'Queen C*t Sacred or Profane?' and movement show 'Raven' and storytells 'Inanna', 'Sacred Bees', 'Owl Woman' and more - many of which hold feminist themes.


Kimbers Rogers:
Kimbers is the founder of The Dark Feminist; an innovative think-tank and integrative sacred space that reflectively discloses an alternative paradigm of feminine empowerment. One that embraces the All of our shared inner and outer experience with love, compassion and non-dualism. She is an experienced facilitator having worked with, lived with and directed groups in a variety of community, corporate and spiritual environments. Her interest in intergenerational trauma and conscious feminism are currently being explored alongside her one-on-one and group rehabilitation work with womxn who have recently been released from prison.


The Dark Feminist is an emergent movement dedicated to the empowerment of all womxn through a higher understanding and acceptance of our darker aspects; and the wisdom contained therein. Deborah & Kimbers also run Meeting The Dark Feminist, and evening event which explores this archetype further and her template for healing & transformation.

For more info on upcoming events please contact deborahantoinett@gmail.com

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