12–18 November 2018

Production of “BOY” at Parliament

‘Boy’: UK Parliament Week

17 November | MacMillan Room – Portcullis House | 6 – 8pm

“BOY’s story doesn’t want to be told. He doesn’t want to have a story. He just wants to fit in and not be different, whatever that means. But the more he tried, the worse it seems to get and he’s reaching the point where…”

Award winning HyperFusion Theatre Company and Inclusion For All join ParliOUT to present a ground-breaking theatre production: ‘BOY’, an interactive theatre show that looks at bullying and identity.

BOY’s aim is to create safe spaces for all young people regardless of identity and sexuality. BOY’s mission is this; to inspire change and create a deeper understanding of the nature of prejudice in all its forms.
Using a cast of five professional actors, BOY explores homophobic and other forms of prejudicial bullying and language. BOY has been directly informed by focus group conversations with young people aimed at exploring their experiences of bullying and prejudicial language in the playground and in wider communities, to ensure the themes and content of BOY are grounded in young people’s everyday experiences.

Event Details

• 17 November
• MacMillan Room – Portcullis House, London SW1A 0AA
• 6– 8pm

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Booking details

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Cost to attend

None. Free to attend.
Thursday 17 Nov 2016, 6:00pm - 8:00pm
ParliOUT (Workplace Equality Network in the Houses of Parliament)
Portcullis House, Houses of Parliament, Westminster, London, SW1A 2LW
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