I would then go at the first blow

Trappscenen, Sara Kulturhus, Skellefteå

A lecture /position on the violence process and men's violence against women with Matilda Kjellmor and Lena Stenvall.

Marit is in love, passionately in love, she says with a laugh. This is the man in her life, he is like no other, even bought flowers on a Thursday!

We get to follow the memory of Marit's relationship with a man who goes from being the dream to becoming the nightmare. How what began as a seemingly innocent comment quickly escalated into an increasingly destructive relationship with the violence present every day.


Matilda Kjellmor is an actress passionate about telling untold stories about women's lives. She has previously written and played in the storytelling show KvinnOrkan.

Lena Stenvall has extensive experience and is an experienced educator in subjects that have to do with mental health /ill health and violence in close relationships. She has also worked for several years as a therapist at the psychiatric clinicworked with the consequences of trauma /exposure to violence when she met women in treatment.

"Violence lives in silence - that's why we talk."

18Oct 19:00 - 21:00 Trappscenen, Sara Kulturhus

Contact information

Kanalgatan
Skellefteå
Contact: Maria Asserud
Phone: +46-705695632

Organizer: Västerbottensteatern

E-mail: info@vasterbottensteatern.se

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Facts

Participation, idea and script: Lena Stenvall and Matilda Kjellmor
Directed by: Theresa Eriksson and Sarah Appelberg
Set and costume design: Astrid Maya
Carpenter: Johan Hellgren