Homotopia Festival and DaDaFest present
Mina is waiting for you to take your seat. She wants your full attention.
She won’t speak, but she will show you. Her story is about to unravel. You the audience, are her redemption. Are you ready for this?
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.
Reviews from R&D at HOME- January 2017:
“Haunting and thought-provoking.”Audience Feedback
“A powerful piece of theatre with an extremely important message.”Jodie Ratcliffe, Producer, PUSH Festival, HOME Mcr
On 13 November & 14 November, with two performances each night. The first at 6pm and the second at 7.30pm.