2019 illustrated and designed by brolly

Past productions:
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 The greener
Guantanamo Boy

‘Her’ is an impressive production. Over the space of an hour we were transported through a variety of different catch-22 scenarios a young women in a place affected by war is likely to face. The production dealt with these sensitively, but without shying away from the terrible realities millions of girls face worldwide. It is an engaging and educational production, and I would strongly recommend other young audiences have an opportunity to see it.’

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Sophie Bray-Watkins
Youth Advocacy and Engagement Advisor
War Child

her

brolly and Half Moon co-production

 

 

 

 

 

her house is gone

her home is destroyed

her world has changed

 

...I am her

her is the story of a fifteen year old London girl who inexplicably finds that conflict has made her an alien in her own country.

Using innovative green screen technologies to integrate animation, film and live action, her combines the emotional depth of theatre with the visual intensity of the graphic novel.

 

This production premiered at Half Moon Theatre in February 2017 and is supported by a dedicated open access microsite that provides a platform for the creative voice of the audience to engage with the issues raised in play. www.herwar.co.uk

 

 

 

 

 

Age guidance 13yrs +

Performances last for 60 mins

 
For more information about the show please see information pack:

“ Whilst I’m not sure that I could say that I enjoyed her, I did absolutely love it"

Francesca Baker review for And so she thinks

“Her is an intense thought provoking story that spurs difficult conversations about violence against young women.”

London Theatre 1

“Her dares to be explicit and graphic confronting the exploitation, sexual violence and grim choices girls and women encounter in conflict”

Childrens Theatre Reviews

Testimonials from

Teachers and Students:

“Jadhav’s animations are both beautiful and effectively disturbing, skilfully bringing the graphic novel genre to life”

A Younger Theatre

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