“This is an incredibly important work for young people; while it avoids the trap of being earnest, it is the company’s honest passion, their knowledge that they are doing something important, and their skill that makes this memorable.”
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
A new Urban Musical for young audiences, 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
- Devised and Directed by Hannah Phillips
- Composition by Nik Haley
- Videos & VJing by Adam Guy, We Make Art
Suitable for ages 12 plus.
Performances at The Patrick Centre , The Hippodrome
- Thursday 3rd April at 1.30pm and 7.15pm
- Friday 4th April at 10.30am and 7.15pm in
Tickets are £5 (plus 25p booking fee) and teachers go free.
You can now buy tickets (£5) for the first 30 min preview of Heterophobia (work in progress) at The REP as part of a Student Festival on Friday 14th March at 7pm followed by a Q&A with the company.
Don’t forget to bring your smart phones!