Sunday Day Ticket

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Join us for a full day of engaging, entertaining and enlightening sessions and performances about fertility, infertility, modern families and the science of making babies.

The aim of our full festival days (Fri 11, Sat 12, Sun 13 May) is to create a community that travels through the experience together – from morning to night. Come to one, two or all three days and you will be able to pick which sessions you would like to attend on the day as some run simultaneously.

With an amazing line-up of different artists and fertility experts each day, there is plenty  to choose from and something on offer for everyone, whatever your fertility story.

Day tickets are £35.

Doors open at 9.30am and the first event starts at 10am.

Sun 13 May

Does Motherhood Make You Happy?
Unpregnancy: Infertility before IVF
You, Me and The Pornstar
The Queer Family
Generation IVF
How To Make Something Beautiful Out Of A Mess
The Future of Fertility
Fertility Fight Club
The Rhythm Method
Film screening: The New Man
The Quiet Room
The Exhibition

Discover details of the full line-ups for each day on the Fertility Festival website.

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