STAIN July 2019
Everybody loves a bargain, right? But is it worth it? Do you know the true cost behind your clothes?
Meet April. April doesn’t know anything about the fashion trade beyond her high street finds, or how her spending habits affect the lives of people who are making her favourite designs. But April loves to shop…
STAIN is a physical theatre performance that follows the journey of a woman called April as she discovers the consequences behind her clothing addiction, and the disastrous impact fast fashion is having on the Planet.
The fashion industry is the second biggest polluter to our environment, behind oil and has one of the quickest growths in the history of our civilisation. Blood, sweat and tears are creating the latest trends as factory workers across the globe work in horrendous conditions for a meagre $2 a day.
Follow April as she educates herself on the fashion trade and how ‘cheap’ actually costs society far more.
Performed as part of FUSE Festival at the Shoebox Theatre Swindon
WANTED! March / June 2019
Wanted, audience members!
Join us for an experiment.
3 applicants sit before you. 1 job is up for grabs…who will win?
Judge for yourselves, you decide. What do you value more?
Join Babs and Flo on the interview panel and set the fate of our hopeful contestants as we learn of the struggles they face, in this co-production from
WhatNot Theatre and Tap Social Movement.
Presenting to you an evening of human nature, accountability, perception and perhaps the odd biscuit.
Performed at Tap Social Movement and The Actors Temple Studios.
"A really great show! Entertaining whilst exploring a difficult and little known theme" - Audience Member March 2019