Brighton Dome & Brighton Festival’s flagship project Miss Represented is an arts collective, which works with young women who face challenging life situations. Miss Represented is a lifeline to many of its members. We create a safe space, using the arts to explore life experiences, to gain a deeper understanding of ourselves and the world around us.
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Miss Represented on Tour
This year the group of 12 young women aged 13-21 have been working to create Can You See Me Now?, a cross-art performance combining theatre, film and music. Can You See Me Now? explores the experiences of the young women as they go through school, the care system or contact with Social Services. Miss Rep will be touring to schools and pupil referral units, as well as public performances:
Wed 11 Oct - Dorothy Stringer School (for students only)
Thu 19 Oct - Eastbourne Underground Theatre (for College Central; young people in Hastings & Eastbourne PRU’s)
Thu 2 Nov - Coachwerks, Hollingdean (for young people from The Connected Hub and Pupil Referral Unit)
Thu 9 Nov - Attenborough Centre for Contemporary Arts, Sussex Uni, Falmer (Students and general public)
Wed 15 Nov - Longhill School (for students)
Fri 17 Nov - The Black-E, Liverpool (in partnership with Collective Encounters)
Sat 18 Nov - Bridge 5 Mill, Manchester
Thu 23 Nov - Brighton Youth Centre (open to general public)
Fri 24 & Sat 25 Nov - The Basement, Brighton
Sat 2 Dec - Battersea Arts Centre, London
The show is pay what you choose, but advance booking is required. An audience Q&A will follow each performance.
Thank you to Big Lottery Fund & The Chalk Cliff Trust for their kind support on this project.