Dates and Times
Tue 20 - Sat 24 Sep at 7.15pm
Presented by Snuff Box Theatre
‘She just needs to understand that it’s not her fault, that she’s not to blame, that she’s not a slut.’
Three women and two men swim in shame.
Everyone wants revenge.
No one’s talking about it.
Five candid stories about revenge porn and all its many victims. Blush is a slap in the face and a call to arms.
Written by Charlotte Josephine and presented by Snuff Box Theatre (the team behind award-winning Bitch Boxer), in association with Sphinx Theatre.
Image credit – The Other Richard
Directed by Ed Stambollouian
Designed by James Turner
Lighting Design by Seth Rook Williams
Music and Sound by Harry Blake
Costumes by Holly Rose Henshaw
Movement by Polly Bennett
Script Support by Sarah Dickenson
Produced by Jake Orr
WINNER of The Stage Edinburgh Award 2016. Read more here
“Both actors are electrifying, vigorously physical and their inhabitation of the characters pin-sharp… A pitch-perfect illustration of the implicit selectivity of male privilege.” ★★★★ The Scotsman
“Vital theatre… A harsh dissection of online consent presented in a vital sweat-box of a two-hander”★★★★The Stage
“Angry, infectious and without doubt one of the most energetic at the fringe” ★★★★★ What’s On Stage
“An absolute gem” ★★★★ Ed Fringe Review
“Fast-paced [and] razor-sharp” ★★★★ Reviews Hub
“Blush is evocative, hard-hitting and deeply honest in its message – a must-see that will leave you with chills” Edinburgh Festival Magazine
★ ★ ★ ★ Fest Mag
★ ★ ★ ★ Edinburgh Reporter
With support by Arts Council England, Peggy Ramsay Foundation, Unity Theatre Trust, New Diorama Theatre, Making Room and all our Kickstarter funders.
About the company
Snuff Box Theatre is a multi-award winning collective formed in 2011 by Bryony Shanahan, Charlotte Josephine and Daniel Foxsmith. The company has produced four shows to date including Weald, Bitch Boxer, The Altitude Brothers and The Observatory. Weald was shortlisted for the Hodgkiss Award and the Yale Drama Series Prize and included a nomination for Best Actor in the Off West End Awards. Bitch Boxer won the Soho Theatre Young Writers Award, Old Vic New Voices Edinburgh and the Adelaide Fringe Award before touring nationally and internationally. The Observatory won the Ideastap/NSDF/Methuen Edinburgh Award and the Scottish Daily Mail/CDS Edinburgh Drama Award.