"One of the most powerful performances for many years... moving… poignant... startling...wonderful." HAMPSHIRE CHRONICLE
Living Without Fear
Seamlessly blending drama and dance, mixing humour with tragedy, Living Without Fear explores our individual and collective responsibility in tackling disability hate crime.
In a new, updated script, the performance follows a group of young adults with learning disabilities as they strive to lead independent lives in the face of prejudice and daily harassment.
Everyone has the right to live without fear.
“A blend of moving dance with poignant scenes of prejudice and hate crimes... startling... wonderful". THE HAMPSHIRE CHRONICLE
Living Without Fear is performed by 6 professional actors, who happen to have learning disabilities. They bring an authentic voice to this bang up to date look at difficult issues around disability hate crime. Living Without Fear supports the current national Stand By Me campaign and confronts issues of bullying and the need to understand disability.This is a show for everyone, regardless of their perceived abilities or disabilities.
"Really important" "A play for everyone"; read some audience feedback comments about Living Without Fear here
By Will Jessop
Directed by Peter Clerke
Choreography by Jo Harris
Friday, April 26, 2013 - 14:00
Concessions are available for schools, please call Box Office for more information