Following a sell-out run at the Edinburgh Festival, the award-winning BLUSH now transfers to Soho Theatre before embarking on a UK Tour.
Written by Charlotte Josephine and presented by Snuff Box Theatre, BLUSH tells five candid stories about image-based sexual abuse and all its many victims. This angry, honest and heartfelt piece seeks to encourage and broaden examination of how the scarcity culture in modern society is fuelling our shame, encouraging the destructive belief systems that we are not enough.
Stage Edinburgh Awards winners Daniel Foxsmith and Josephine lead this fast-paced production, exploring why society has a desire to shame, what it’s the result of and how we allow this to happen. BLUSH shines a light on the secrets we attempt to keep in the dark, our fears of disconnection and our attempts to be part of the tribe. It is a slap in the face and a call to arms.
BLUSH plays Soho Theatre on 16 May to 4 June before embarking on a UK tour (until 24 June). For more information and to book tickets, visit the website.