Young women exploring life through the arts, making powerful work for personal development and social change.Miss Represented is an arts collective of artists, support workers and young women who face challenging life situations.
We create a safe, creative space to build positive relationships and explore life experiences, gaining a deeper understanding of ourselves and the world around us. We make shows and exhibitions that reach out to the community, asking questions, embracing common ground and sparking vital conversation.Discover more about Miss Represented
Miss Represented on Tour
In 2017 Miss Rep toured Can You See Me Now?.
A cross-art show created and performed by the young women of Miss Represented, featuring verbatim theatre and live original songs, this production explored experiences and reflections of systems and institutions; school, the care system and Social Services. The event also featured Q&A’s, connecting with as many people as possible from all walks of life. We toured to schools, PRU’s and the University of Sussex as well arts venue in Brighton, London, Liverpool and Manchester.
'The evening is billed as ‘a cross-art show full of hope and truth’ including ‘the voices you seldom hear’, and as the girls start, it feels like we’re witnessing some rare act of courage and art… I felt I was watching an alchemical performance…' **** Broadway Baby
There is a DOCUMENTARY charting the making of the show through to the tour coming soon!!
This year we welcome some new members to the project. Older members of the group will be running ‘Satellite Sessions’ with younger girls in schools and PRU’s across Brighton. We will be appearing at The Museum of Ordinary People as part of Brighton Fringe Festival and at the Foster Carers Conference in June. The Miss Rep girls will also perform their latest work in October 2018.
If you want to find out more about Miss Represented or be added to the mailing list please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you to Big Lottery Fund, The Chalk Cliff Trust The Goodall Foundation & John Thaw Foundation for their kind support on this project.