RESET: Framework & Fragments - Mull Youth Theatre

Wed 20 Jun 2018
Mull Theatre
FREE but please book

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Written by Kate Stevens. Devised by Mull Youth Theatre.

Join our island girl, Breagha, as she discovers the LGBTQ+ community and the world outside her home.
The senior Mull Youth Theatre explore gender issues from the perspective of young people growing up on a small Scottish island, in this new production for the National Theatre of Scotland Exchange 2018.
This is their opportunity to voice their views as the next generation, and challenge the aspects of island culture they would like to change.

Time to reset.

The National Theatre of Scotland’s Exchange programme is now in its ninth year. Mull Youth Theatre have been selected as one of 10 international companies to create a performance and take part in the Exchange festival week in Inverness in July this year.
Our cast for Exchange 2018 have been working together for over five years and have formed a style of theatrical practice that works for them as an ensemble. Now in the final year of school and Mull Youth Theatre, they are beyond thrilled that Exchange will be their final project before disbanding to go to university.

You can catch a preview of the Exchange show on Wed 20 June at 8pm at Mull Theatre. Booking essential, no ticket fee but donations appreciated.

Mull Youth Theatre will be performing at Eden Court, Inverness on Wednesday 4 July at 7.30pm.

Suitable for ages 14+.

With thanks for donations from James & Margaret Fenoulhet of Browns in Tobermory, Simon & Uge Thomasson of Braw Holidays and members of the community.

Artwork by Ruth Darling Design.