TOURING 2 OCTOBER – 17 NOVEMBER 2017
A new play by Flair May
Strange and beautiful, she is a creature not a person. They have made her a myth.
To what lengths will a young girl go to assert herself in a world constantly telling her to be good and be quiet?
Underwater Love explores how young people assert themselves within relationships in a world saturated with sexual imagery and content. Touring venues and school theatre’s from October – November, each performance will be followed by a Forum workshop in which the audience will become involved as actors to change the outcome for the characters, exploring how they can make positive change.
Underwater Love is suitable for audiences aged 13+. It is performed for audiences of up to 100 young people and lasts 1 hour 20 minutes in total (performance and forum workshop).
Feedback from our 2016 tour of Underwater Love
“Challenges you to think about what your doing and the society we live in. Relatable.” - Student, 2016
“A geniune performance for this generation of young people. A captivating show, thoughtfully exploring sensitive and relevant issues of the world today.” - Teacher, 2016
Goddess: Toyin Ayedun-AlaseSebastian/Craig: Reggie Banigo
Jess: Gemma Carter
Vinnie: Simona Zivkovska
Writer: Flair May
Director: Dylan Tate
Designer: Jennifer Lee
Composer: Lillian Henley
Touring to schools across London from 2nd October – 17th November 2017.