Theatre

Father Figurine

Date: Friday, Sep 13 2019 - Saturday, Sep 14 2019
Venue: The Wardrobe Theatre

Body Politic questions the stigmas around the mental health of men and boys through provocative hip hop theatre and dance.

Combining poignant spoken word poetry with hip hop dance, Father Figurine explores the fractured relationship between a father and his son and their inability to healthily deal with a traumatic event. Will they be able to share their emotions with each other? Or will they fall into the statistic of nearly half of men believing they can’t express their feelings?

With the current climate of mental health discussion, Father Figurine talks about the fragilities and vulnerabilities in men and young boys. Figures show young people are affected disproportionately with over half of mental health problems, starting by the age of 14 and 75% by 18. Body Politic’s work isn’t just about raising awareness. It’s a fight to keep mental healthcare at the tip of our tongues and affect real change. Continuous change.

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Sept 13-14, 7.30pm, £12. For more info, visit thewardrobetheatre.com/livetheatre/father-figurine

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By steve wright, Thursday, Aug 8 2019

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