Like You
  • Brighton Fringe

Six people, five stories, one truck. Follow the lives inspired by real people as they experience the world of modern slavery.'Like You' is a live, abstract, physical theatre performance about the timely subject of human trafficking. This show focuses on the journey of six young adults, five females and one Queer male, that are being trafficked around the UK, in the back of a truck. This project deals with different types of trauma, including how the characters have been manipulated and betrayed by people they trusted. Exploring themes such as drug trafficking, the porn industry, dating apps, traveling and sexual abuse, showing the audience just how close to home this subject actually is. The company will offer an After-Care Package to provide the audience members with resources to aid them in making a conscious effort to be anti-trafficking and to consider ethical lifestyle choices.

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