London Theatre Workshop


17 Oct 2016 - 22 Oct 2016

£15.00 - £15.00

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– I was born female. I was four years old and convinced there had been a mistake and I was going to grow up to become a boy and everything would become right.
– I would pray to take the homosexual side out of me and bathe myself in holy water. God knew how much I wanted to change. He would have done it if he wanted to.
– I was thirteen years old. My mum said ‘are you gay?’ and I said ‘yeah’ and the first thing she did was punch me in the face. 

A recent study found that 25% of homeless and at risk young people identify as LGBT.

New verbatim theatre piece exploring the untold stories of our cities homeless and at risk LGBT youth, first presented as part of Pride in London Arts Festival.


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“Smartly-edited verbatim piece performed with honesty and sympathetic direction. ”

Paul Vale (The Stage)

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