IVF: ‘It’s overwhelming and shocking at every single turn’

A great piece here from The Guardian about playwright Gareth Farr, author of the play The Quiet House, and his wife Gabby Vautier. They talk about their personal experiences of fertility problems and treatment – and explain how the play, and the accompanying festival, came about.  Do read it!

The Quiet House is at Birmingham Repertory theatre until 4 June, and then at the Park Theatre in London from 7 June to 9 July. Fertility Fest is in Birmingham this weekend, and in London on June 11 – see here for details.

2 thoughts on “IVF: ‘It’s overwhelming and shocking at every single turn’

  1. IVF treatment is a long journey for any couple. It’s time taking, painful and expensive. It’s a hear touching story. I think they should share their experience with others.

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