One click and it’s gone too far, far too fast.
As explicit photos of the school’s ‘it’ couple go viral, and real-world consequences of online life spread, so do everyone’s opinions.
Leilah’s starting to wonder if her Instagram feels more like a burden than ‘living her best life’. Aarron’s learning how to be a man online and it’s starting to feel toxic. Maisy’s not that into sex, in fact she’s not interested at all thank you very much, why’s everyone always talking about it? Billy’s queer and proud to be, accepted by their friends but ignored by the education system, they’re tired of feeling invisible.
Can these four friends break through the noise and make real change offline?
Award-winning writer Charlotte Josephine’s new play fuses spoken word with live sound and explores the complicated nature of teenage relationships.
Suitable for ages 14+
The production is suitable for Yrs 10-13 (ages 14+). We’d love to make the show happen in your school. If you’d like to book for Yr 9s, please get in touch to chat through the issues raised in the play to assess appropriateness for your students.
Checkout full pricing details in the downloadable Schools Information Pack.
We’re thrilled to be producing this brand-new production, and hope to be visiting your school soon. Book today, get in touch via Niamh@theatre-centre.co.uk or give us a call on 020 7729 3066.
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– Teacher, William Ellis School
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