Tomorrow’s Feminists Today: Broken Windows

Dates and Times

Sun 11 Oct 2015 to Sun 11 Oct 2015 at 6pm

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Ticket information

£12 / 10

Book Tickets

Part of Calm Down, Dear : A festival of feminism

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Presented by Più Theatre

Exploring the unsung fears of the young. Here come the girls: sisters, head girls, lonely hearts and future rock stars. Some of them have their paths planned for life, others don’t know what they’re doing at the weekend. All of them are free for a chat if you’d care to listen in…

Based on verbatim interviews with teenagers from across the UK and set to song, Broken Windows is an exploration into what it means to be young and female today.

Broken Windows is the result of a year-lond period of research, and is based on verbatim interviews with five female teenagers ages 15-19. Featuring music composed by TED and BBC award-winning musician Matthew White, the play explores the concerns, aspirations and anxieties of Generation Y, discussing what it means to be young and female today. 

Listen to some of the original music on Soundcloud here.

"Thought-provoking, and has all the early fundamentals of being an extremely powerful show" – Three Weeks. Read more

About the company

Più Theatre formed in 2014 in response to the need for theatre that gives a fair, honest voice to those on the fringes of society. The company’s work focuses on engaging with social and political issues, using music as a means to explore ideas. Founded by actress Caitlin Ince and composer Matthew White, Più Theatre aims to use their inaugural production – transferring to CPT from the Edinburgh Fringe – to generate awareness of issues of gender identity in a non-judgmental manner.

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