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.

WOULD YOU PLEASE VOTE FOR US PLEASE?

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.

New show CONSENT begins its tour.

There has been so much media about the issue of consent we have been increasingly worried that our young people are receiving mixed messages through the media, the news and our politicians. In addition, there seems to be an attitude that consent is about a simple no or yes but of course it’s way more complicated than that.

Our new play CONSENT explores this complicated issue through interactive theatre, using our own unique blend of forum and theatre in education. 

Targeted to Year 10 upwards, we explore healthy relationships, peer pressure, coercion, society’s expectations, alcohol, the right say no post previously saying yes, drugs, self-esteem, changing your mind, communication and how to ‘read’ each other including body language and vocal language. 

BOY Brighton Fringe

Great feedback. “This piece needs to be discovered and found by someone to be broadcast on a national level! It is the MOST hard hitting, educational and real pieces of devised theatre I have ever seen.”

We now have a new show ready to tour to adult spaces. Very exciting.

The ‘adult’ version of BOY show has premiered at The Brighton Fringe.

Thank you for all your fantastic votes.

The votes have now closed for the National Diversity Awards.

HyperFusion has been voted as Community Organisation for our work on LGBT+ bullying and prejudice.

Thank you SO much to all of you of the amazing comments you sent in with your votes. We are so appreciative of all you champions.

It’s fingers crossed time now to see if we are shortlisted …. watch this space.

Vote for us before Friday for a National Diversity Award please.

We have been nominated for a National Diversity Award 2018 as Community Organisation for our work on LGBT bullying and identity based prejudice. Our show BOY has toured to thousands of young people empowering young people to explore the consequences of prejudice and make change in their community. And now we have a new adult version for theatres, community groups, public and educational professionals.

WILL YOU VOTE FOR US PLEASE?

ONLY 2 DAYS LEFT TO VOTE.  Deadline is 1st June.

Winning this would enable us to reach more schools and hard to reach organisations to make a change.

This is the link to the page to vote:

https://nominate.nationaldiversityawards.co.uk/Nominate/Endorse/32182?name=HyperFusion

If you want more info on the show to help with what you can write then go to

http://www.hyperfusion.co.uk/tic-box-productions/boy/

Thank you in advance for your support.

Best wishes

Sarah

New BOY show for adults premiering at the Brighton Fringe this week.

It’s 1984. Four friends. A seemingly harmless in joke that moves from banter to something more serious. A tragic escalation of events with life-changing consequences. It was the 80’s after all…

BOY is growing up and very excited to be heading to the Brighton Fringe with a new adaptation. Our award winning show with the same honest and powerful look at the effects of homophobia but this time targeted to an adult audience.

The show will be premiering at The Old Court Room on 1st & 2nd June 2018. Performances at 2.30pm & 9pm on the Friday and 9pm on the Saturday.

Box office – https://www.brightonfringe.org/whats-on/boy-124624/

Focus groups start for our new play about domestic abuse.

Workshops have began with young men and young women, looking at the issues of domestic abuse. We will be exploring unhealthy relationships in teenagers and the early warning signs of controlling behaviour.

These issues are explored using drama and are open to any schools, colleges or community groups. The findings will feed into the devising process for our new show The Bruise You Can’t See.

Can we come and work with your young people. Email our Artistic Director on sarah@hyperfusion.co.uk.

 

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Sarah Ellis celebrates as HyperFusion shortlisted at 2017 National Diversity Awards.

 

Sarah Ellis attends the National Diversity Awards as we are nominated as Community Organisation award.

The National Diversity Awards – a prestigious black tie event, which celebrates the excellent achievements of grass- root communities that tackle the issues in today’s society, giving them recognition for their dedication and hard work.

Charities, role models and community heroes will be honoured at the ceremony showcasing their outstanding devotion to enhancing equality, diversity and inclusion; thus embracing the excellence of all our citizens irrespective of race, faith, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, disability and culture.

The concept for the National Diversity Awards arose when The Diversity Group identi?ed an urgent need for more positive role models to be actively promoted, with the aim to empower and inspire the wide breadth of diverse communities across the UK.

If ever there was a time to celebrate and elevate the truly staggering diversity of talent the UK has to o?er, it is now – opportunities are thin, and deprived communities need motivation and inspiration.

These awards are for people who inspire other individuals through their work, through their commitment to helping others, through their infectious personalities and through adversity.

Our nominees and award winners are an integral part of helping people in today’s society to believe they can achieve their goals and ambitions, no matter what background you come from.