Every You Every Me

Every You Every Me

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Every You Every Me explores young people’s sense of place in society in relation to mental health, rebellion and opening your A-level results. Written by Oxford Playhouse Associate Artist and award-winning author Barney Norris, it is the start of a conversation about identity, wellbeing and coping.

Every You Every Me is a play about growing up and learning to live. In 2015, Barney went on a journey exploring the way we care for people’s mental health in England. This is what he heard – a welter of voices, uncertainties and pressures, a generation trying to fit into a system that didn’t belong to them.

 

Duration: 1 hour

Presented by Oxford Playhouse and Reading Rep

By Barney Norris

Directed by Paul Stacey

Associate Director Francesca Murray-Fuentes

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Age guideline: 12+

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