Performance Wed 9 June / Workshops 17 - 28 May
Performance: Wed 9 June
10.30am, 1.30pm & 7.30pm
A Posi+ive Life is an interactive sex ed and coming of age dance theatre experience for teenagers and young adults aged 12 years plus. Tickets are sold out for most performances on Wednesday 9 June, but there are still some available for the 1.30pm show. The tickets allow you to see the performance live at Walsall Arena or live streamed to your school or college as well as a full days workshop. Workshops are available in person at your base on the dates below, or similarly can be accessed via digital resources at your school or college.
Workshops: Mon 17 – Fri 28 May 2021
A Posi+ive Life is an accessible, immersive and interactive theatre experience led by six contemporary characters featuring dance, physical theatre, spoken word and BSL interpretation. The piece is a special invitation to a house party like no other, where a web of stories around sex, love and relationships unveils, with audience participation and original scenography transporting the guests to the heart of the story. The play runs for approximatively 75 minutes and is aimed at young people (12+) with an uplifting and engaging message on self-love, sexual health topics and sex education stories that can be enjoyed by all! Workshops are available in person at your base on the dates below (Government roadmap announcements allowing), or similarly can be accessed via digital resources at your school or college.
Autin believe that effective sex and relationship education is essential if young people are to make responsible and well informed decisions about their lives.
A Posi+ive Life is an original performance that engages with young audiences about issues and stories in a safe environment.
Wed 9 June 2021at Walsall Arena and Arts Centre or Live Streamed
1.30pm | Tickets 5.00 per participant for show and full workshop
More info here
Email Maggie for tickets on: email@example.com
Autin Dance Theatre and Black Country Dance Hub present A Posi+ive Life with support from the Cutural Recovery Fund, Arts Council England, the National Lottery Community Fund and MAC, Midlands Arts Centre.