Storyhouse Young Company: #IsItMe

A performance by our Young Company Running from
Last event: Friday 6 July at 8pm
  • Full Price: £7
    Aged Under 26: £5
  • Garret Theatre

Storyhouse’s Young Company have written, developed and perform in this brand new production, about teenage relationship abuse.

They have spoken to a host of charities and organisations to research the  production, including Cheshire Police, Cheshire West and Chester domestic violence services, Savera UK, IRIS and many more.
Read more about how #IsItMe was developed here.

Is it love when you feel sad and sick all the time?

We explore stories in a unique play to help young people recognise and understand relationship abuse.

How would you react, if your partner text you every 20 minutes, if they got mad about the clothes you were wearing, if they accused you of cheating, if they blame you…?

Asking for help is not easy.

Created by Storyhouse Young Company
Directed by Hayley Lindley-Thornhill, Lucy Whitehead and Alix Rawlinson
Choreographer Olivia Peers
Commissioned by Cheshire West and Chester Council Domestic Abuse Family Safety Unit

Each performance will be supported by an after-show discussion

14+ contains strong language and themes

Running time approximately  1 hour



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