Activising For Change
In life you face options. Some communities choose to turn away, others offer their hand… Using movement, poetry and projection 147Hz Can’t Pass is a celebration of queer experience, an honest, unapologetic and relatable introduction to a trans non-binary experience in 2018.
Emerging theatre maker, Ink Asher Hemp has developed this piece as part of Scottish Youth Theatre Making Space programme, which supports young artists to develop their own theatre projects. They have recently been titled as one of the Sir Tom Hunter disruptors for Scotland.
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Dates & times
Fri 16 Nov, 8.15pm
Sat 17 Nov, 3.30pm
Both performances will be Relaxed Performances (please see more info below).
Full price £10
Four-show Pass £30
Three-show Pass £24
See our Box Office page for full pricing and booking information.
Activising for Change aims to build a welcoming space during performances of 147Hz Can’t Pass. House lights will remain on at a low level throughout the performance, and whilst there isn’t a huge amount of space to move around within the theatre itself, audience members should feel free to come and go as they please.
What to expect during the show:
Audience members are not required/expected to engage or respond but the majority of the piece is done in a direct address format with the performer addressing and making eye contact the audience. The performer is in close proximity to the front row of the audience. The piece contains heavily dialogue-driven scenes.
For more details about the production and how it has been adapted for relaxed performance please contact Box Office.
Read more about relaxed performances at the Traverse here: https://www.traverse.co.uk/visiting/access-guide/relaxed-performances/