Join Alice on the day of her 50th birthday party as she uses all her tools to survive the effects of childhood trauma-with sometimes unexpected and darkly comic results!

This original piece of theatre intends to raise awareness of the association between child abuse and mental health issues, on behalf of those who may have previously been denied a voice.

Using innovative and immersive techniques, Unfiltered Productions allow the audience the optional opportunity to experience the world as a voice-hearer.

Unfiltered Productions are always open to feedback and invite audiences to complete post show surveys to inform how they move forward.

With thanks to Arts Council England, Hot Stove, NPN and Unfiltered Productions.

Image Credit: Louise Tolser

AGE 18+

Please note this performance contains bad language, references to childhood sexual abuse, voice hearing, suicide attempt, alcohol and drugs.

Audiences are invited to bring their own headphones and fully charged phone or portable device for the optional opportunity to experience the world as a voice-hearer.

★★★★★ 'A big highlight of Brighton Fringe with a very strong future ahead of it.', Broadway Baby


About Unfiltered Productions

Eire and Louise formed the company during lockdown with the desire to bring untold stories to the stage and give them prominence. We had an idea of what we wanted our first devised play to be about but the extended time of R&D we experienced made possible by Arts Council Funding took it in an unexpected and even richer direction. We feel that some subjects are white washed because they are unpalatable or taboo. By using theatrical performance techniques, we hope to highlight issues which may be hidden, whilst promoting awareness in, and dialogue between our audience. We are proud to say that our after-show questionnaires so far have prompted incredible insight and debate.

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