A new, FREE performance about sexual health for 13-18 yrs
A fusion of live performance, music and digital technology exploring issues of sexual health and healthy relationships for young people. Bring your smartphones along as the performance will have interactive sections.
Performance length 60 minutes, no interval, must be aged 13 or above to attend
To book FREE school tickets email firstname.lastname@example.org
‘Heterophobia is an urban musical for young people 13-18 years old. It is a hybrid fusion of art forms and digital technology. Heterophobia presents the struggle of one young heterosexual male, Ryan trying to ‘come out’ in a gay world, a binaristic sexuality switch of the privileged and the oppressed.’
Heterophobia is a hybrid fusion of art forms and interactive digital technology which tells the story of a young heterosexual male trying to ‘come out’.
Devised and Performed by Outspoken – a company of both graduates and students from the BA (Hons) Applied Performance (Community and Education) Programme at the Birmingham School of Acting, Birmingham City University.
Devised and Directed by Hannah Phillips
Composition by Nik Haley
Please note: this show will be performed in The Patrick Centre.
Suitable for ages 12+
TEACHERS GO FREE – Call Ticket Sales on 0844 338 5000 for further information.
Thu at 1.30pm & 7.15pm and Fri at 10.30am & 7.15pm
Informing, educating and empowering young people through performance