EFR - Mission: Her
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Mission: Her

Sat 4th – Sat 11th Aug 2018

NO UPCOMING PERFORMANCES

“Soundbite to be specified”

Urban Trendz Theatre

SUMMARY

Have you ever felt that life was more a grocery list than a box of chocolates?

Our performance focuses on mental health of 20 and 30 year olds. Nobody's life is a secret anymore thanks to social media, our newsfeeds are filled with people ticking off important milestone life events. Her is 20-something with her own 5-year plan in place to ensure her list is fulfilled but life events put a spanner in the works. As Her begins to drown in the pressures of society in an attempt to overcome these events, her friends go on a mission to convince her to have a simple day, eat, be comfortable and not give up just yet because things will get better. Relationships are put to the test as friends try to overcome their own issues to try and help free Her from the anxiety that is gaining more control over her mind and body.

Three stories are told by three actors: Her, who is trying to come to terms with anxiety, Him, who is watching the anxiety and wants to help his girlfriend and Mate, who has been through depression and wants to support both. Our actors directly address the audience asking questions about their life and sharing their characters stories. Dialogue is accompanied by music and physical theatre movements inspired by Frantic Assembly and DV8. The piece will relate to anybody who has ever felt they have lost their way in life and could help people understand mental health in young adults.

This will be our second production in the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Last year the company’s one woman show, Young and Fresh used multimedia and physical theatre to tell three true stories of girls trafficked into the UK and used as sex workers. The piece was described as ‘cleverly conceived and wrapped up in an absorbing presentation that never falters.' For Mission: Her, the production team have liaised with those experiencing mental health issues, coping mechanisms and therapists who address mental health.

Admission: £8(£6)

At theSpace on the Mile, Space 39 Venue 3

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