Combining projection mapping and animation with physical theatre, Mina is a sensory, immersive exploration of the world of conversion therapy and gay exorcisms still prevalent today. But there is a twist. Expect magical realism and much more in this innovative retelling of Nataly Lebouleux’s award-winning ﬁlm Paper Thin.
Supported by Arts Council England, Superbia and ALRA.
“Haunting and thought-provoking.” Audience Feedback
“A powerful piece of theatre with an extremely important message.” Jodie Ratcliffe, Producer, PUSH Festival, HOME Mcr
“At times a very beautiful show… This is just the right show to challenge audiences and introduce new concepts.” Quiet Man Dave
“A fascinating experiment in merging theatre with film.” Manchester Theatre Awards
Seating will be a mixture of chair or low level ﬂoor seating. Wheelchair access available on each night. Access for d/Deaf audience members is integrated into the fabric of the piece through the aesthetic of Access. For other access needs or more information please contact Unity Theatre.
On 13 November, the 7.30pm performance will be followed by a Q&A in the Unity Bar.
Tickets strictly limited: the audience is restricted to 25 per performance. Running time approx. 45 minutes.