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TO BE CONTINUED

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To Be Continued examines the pressures to “be a man” and young women’s daily, normalised experiences of sexualised behaviour by young men. Through poetry and participatory theatre techniques, music and media, the play is designed to engage Year 9 – 11 students in thinking critically about the worlds within which they live and how to make positive choices. This important play comes at a time where young people are reaching out for support. We aim to open up these conversations and empower young people to call out inappropriate behaviour.

It’s the summer holidays and Tace and Amy are thrown together via a National Citizenship Service project which requires them to work in Peaborough Residential Home for the Elderly. As time goes by, they develop feelings for each other and start to see the world differently, with the help of the characters within the home. A mix-up results in them losing contact as they embark on separate journeys, exploring the complexities and challenges of being a girl or a boy and navigating the various expectations placed upon them. Tace enrols in a new London school, whilst his mum pursues her career as a female writer in Birmingham. Through their stories, we see how their worlds parallel each other and how they are both faced with a decision to do the right thing by being an ally to another.

 

 

Written by Claire MacNeill Designed by Constance Villiemot Directed by Suha Al-Khayyat, Alex Cooke and Claire MacNeill Funded by Arts Council England
Key-stage 3/4
To Be Continued will be touring in March 2022. To book a show please email info@littlefishtheatre.co.uk.
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National Lottery Community Funded BBC Children in need Arts Council England HER Centre Southwark Council Royal Borough of Greenwich London Borough of Bexley Global Fund for Children Investors in People