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15 to 26 July

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Voices of Generation Zed – by Kevin Dyer, Phill Gregg and Tabby Lamb

‘A psychological chocolate box of delights’

Voices of Generation Zed is a selection box of 9 micro plays by award winning writers, performed by a new generation of the North West’s brightest young student actors.

Funny? Yes

Emotional? Yes

Sweet? Yes

So, all creams and no hard centres?
No, we’ve got hard centres too. These are tough talking little plays dealing with the hard things in life with humour and resilience worthy of the best generation ever, the mighty Generation Zed!

Boob tape and hormones,
protest and pre-loading,
toxic mums and culture war trolls,
repairshop, bicep curls and polar ice . . .
a kaleidoscopic view of now!

Voices of Generation Zed is for a general audience, and we recommend aged 12+. It contains strong language. No flashing lights or sudden loud noises. No nudity. The show is about 70 minutes long. No interval.

Info about the Writers:
Kevin Dyer is a Writer, Director and Dramaturg working across Britain and internationally. He is: Associate Writer at Theatre Porto; Artistic Associate, Farnham Maltings; Lead Artist, Storm in the North.

Phill Gregg is a Senior Artist at Theatre Factory. He has spent half a lifetime performing comedy on the streets of cities from Bolton to Singapore and the other half writing and directing plays by, for and with young people and not so young people in the community of Barrow-in-Furness.

Tabby Lamb is a non-binary Writer and Performer based in East London. She is equally inspired by Carly Rae Jepson and Tennessee Williams, and strives to tell stories that explore the intersections between popular culture and politics.
They are currently under commission at The Unicorn Theatre, The Place and Kilter, Pentabus and 45 North. Alongside their passion for writing, Tabby is a facilitator and runs creative arts projects for people from the LGBTQ+community. They also founded Theatre Queers anc can often be seen advocating for Trans Rights across their social media platforms and beyond.

Touring in July 2024
Please contact the venues about ticketing arrangements

15 July, The Box Theatre, Kendal College

16 July, Bolton Octagon

17 July, Theatre Porto, Ellesmere Port

18 July, The Old Electric, Blackpool

19 July, Gosforth Public Hall

24 July, Theatre Factory, Barrow
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25 July, Mortal Fools, YMCA Northumberland, Ashington

26 July, Burnley Youth Theatre


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