From June until October we will be entering our research and development phase for UNTitled’s groundbreaking production The Everyday Sexism Project. In association with PSHE Assoication, we will be visiting various schools, youth groups, colleges and universities around the UK in order to meet with young people and hear about their experiences of sexism and gender inequality and issues such as slut shaming, sexting, body image, sexual objectification, online pornography and consent. The sessions, led by ChickenShed associate director Rachel Yates and director Natasha Pryce will be relaxed and informal and will be an opportunity to discuss the issues above in a safe environment.
We will also be running individual or group interviews for anyone aged between 14-24 interested in the project or likewise for any schools / universities who have heard about the project and want to contribute to the research. Just pop us an email and we will get back to you with details: firstname.lastname@example.org