“If boys and girls are developing unhealthy attitudes whilst in school, reinforcing the status quo, sexism will prevail and violence against women will not diminish.” Lorraine Mirham of Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom.
UNTitled Theatre have joined forces with the Everyday Sexism Project to offer your school the opportunity to get involved in an exciting and ground-breaking project addressing everyday sexism and young peoples concerns surrounding sex and relationships. Using the medium they do best, UNTitled are touring their new show Hotdogs and accompanying workshop that serve to tackle issues including slut shaming, sexting, online pornography, body image, sexual assault and consent in order to address their growing concerns and give them the confidence to manage and tackle sexism, both inside and outside of school and as they enter higher education and / or the workplace.
Our schools’ offer: Practical and engaging workshops throughout the day at your school prior to a performance. Suitable for pupils in key stage 3 and 4, we can work with up to 35 pupils in any workshop and the same workshop can be repeated throughout the day. We will tailor the workshop structure to fit around your timetable and the whole school can be invited to see the performance by UNTitled Theatre. This project is for the benefit of boys and girls but we can offer workshops to
both single sex and mixed groups.
Resources: As part of the package, we will be producing a resource pack which will include useful research findings, information about the production and related activities to use in your school.
The cost: £250 to include workshops and performance by UNTitled Theatre.
How to book: If you are interested in getting involved in this nationwide project, please complete the booking form below or contact us Hannah Dilworth at Dep Arts, 3rd Floor, Munro House, Duke Street, Leeds, LS9 8AG or email email@example.com