Written & Directed by Bethan Kitchen
21st February 2020
Byker Community Centre
A city of young people, all with the same secret. But when did private become so shameful?
In a collaboration between BRASH and Streetwise Young People’s Project, this play presents the real-life experiences of Newcastle’s young people to challenge the stigma of menstruation and its brutal relationship with poverty.
This is a show is about menstruation education. It’s about challenging stigma and body-shame rooted in today’s digital world. It’s about our young people, standing up and saying, “enough is enough”, and being powerful enough to accept each other.
Following a sell-out tour of Shoefiti last year, BRASH are back with their most cutting-edge show yet.
Ticket holders must present tickets upon entry, in one of two options. You can either print your ticket or present this digital version. You can find all the details about this event on our website. If you have any questions, issues or wish to get a refund, contact the event host. Tickets are non-refundable. Looking forward to seeing you there!