I’m Bitter About Glitter

A joyful exploration of identity, belonging and choice, devised by a mother & son, Liz Clarke (aged 43) and Felix (aged 10)

23rd Jun
12pm (followed by a workshop at 1.30pm) | £8 (£12 for show & workshop)

This performance for family audiences collides extravagant fantasy and the daily reality of mother and child making art together; figuring big stuff out together with a healthy dose of glitter.

The duo delve deftly into tricky questions of gender binaries, identity and social pressures to conform; questioning along the way accepted norms around motherhood, children and the family. A must for anyone who has ever been small with big questions, a big imagination and whose family doesn’t quite fit inside the box.

Most suited for 8+ but all ages welcome

I’m Bitter About Glitter Workshop
1.30pm-3pm (spaces limited)
Join Liz, Felix and our fantastic workshop facilitators after the show for a hands-on session exploring the themes of I’m Bitter About Glitter. Together we will create magical lands, and think big thoughts; with the help of props, found poetry, conversation and most importantly – your ideas. The workshop is designed for families to participate in together, to share the fun and share experiences. Places are limited and are most suitable for ages 8+. Children must be accompanied by an adult

Running Time:
Show – 40 mins (no interval)
Workshop – 90 mins
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