Following a successful run at the Edinburgh Festival, it has been announced that the award winning show will transfer to the Soho Theatre before embarking on a UK tour.
Running at the Soho Theatre from the 16th May, this two hander play examines five different stories of revenge porn and its many victims and to encourage examination of the way in which society encourages our belief that we are never enough.
Directed by Edward Stambollouian, BLUSH stars writer Charlotte Josephine and Daniel Foxsmith to bring to light the secrets that we try to keep hidden and our attemptss to be part of the in crowd.
The production features designs by James Turner, sound by Harry Blake, lighting by Seth Rook Williams, costumes by Holly Rose Henshaw and choreography by Polly Bennett.
BLUSH was created in 2015 by Charlotte Josephine as legislation passed in April 2015 to make revenge pornography a criminal act. The law now makes it illegal to disclose a ‘private sexual photograph or film’ without the consent of the person depicted.
After its run at the Soho Theatre, the production will embark on a UK tour. The dates are as follows:
6th – 10th June The Bike Shed Theatre, Exeter
19th June Gulbenkian, Canterbury
20th June MAC, Birmingham
21st June The Garage, Norwich
22nd – 24th June Wardrobe Theatre, Bristol
BLUSH will play at the Soho Theatre from the 16th May until the 3rd June. For more information and to book tickets visit: http://www.sohotheatre.com/whats-on/blush/