Launch of new show

We’re finally talking honestly about coersive control being an integral part of domestic abuse. But how many people consider this is an issue for our TEENAGERS as well?
(56% of YP said they have experienced controlling behaviours from a partner.)
We’d love you to join TIC Box Productions at a special Essex launch evening where you will see our new play THE BRUISE YOU CAN’T SEE, hear from experts in the field of domestic abuse and join us to pledge to END DOMESTIC ABUSE.
Thursday 28th September | Saffron Hall | 7.30pm
(31% of young people saying they find it difficult to define the line between a caring action and a controlling one.)

Please vote for us!

TIC Box Productions have been NOMINATED for a NATIONAL DIVERSITY AWARD which if we WIN would enable us to work with EVEN MORE YOUNG PEOPLE, tackling prejudice & discrimination.

  • The TIC in TIC Box stands for Theatre Inspiring Change.
  • We’re formed out of a desire to address inequality in society.
  • The message of our performances is simple: diversity is something to cherish, encourage and celebrate.
  • We work tirelessly to EMPOWER YOUNG PEOPLE TO HAVE THE RIGHT TO BE WHO THEY ARE.

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https://nationaldiversityawards.co.uk/nominate/22501/

New show on domestic abuse is ready!

Our new show which explores controlling relationships in teenagers and the early warning signs of domestic abuse THE BRUISE YOU CAN’T SEE has now been written.

With support from Community Safety Partnership, we’ve created a piece that explores and highlights the early warning signs of unhealthy behaviour.

Whilst w=there are 2 women a week who are murdered by a partner or ex partner in England every WEEK and whilst 1 in3 women and 1 in 5 men will experience domestic abuse in their lifetime, this work is vital.

Available for schools, community groups, colleges, universities and watch this space for our public show.

Casting for male actor.

Male TIE actor with experience performing poetry/spoken word as well as forum/interactive theatre experience.

For school’s tour of CONSENT.

Playing age 15-20 years old.

Driving desirable but not necessary.

Individual engagements rather than long tour.

Great TIE company with a huge heart and an aim to change the world!

Please send CV, headshot and cover letter outlining relevant experience. Applications with no cover letter or just a link will not be considered.

Please email application to our Artistic Director Sarah Ellis sarah@hyperfusion.co.uk.