Sole Purpose Productions presents Every Move You Make by Patricia Byrne, performed by Aoibh Johnson Thursday 22nd February 2018 10.30am

Jenni's 16th birthday is coming up, and her new boyfriend Jamie will be there. He is so nice. He is interested in everything she does. He always wants to know where she is and what she is doing. He texts her all the time and follows her every move on Facebook. But things start to take a turn, and Jenni isn't so sure anymore.

The play follows the ups and downs of a young woman's relationship as it goes from being near perfect to becoming an impossible nightmare. The production explores the issue of abusive relationships among young people. It was developed in consultation with the Youth Action NI Safe and Sound Project, NSPCC and pupils at Oakgrove Integrated College. First produced in 2012 it was directed by Nicky Harley and performed by Gemma Walker.

The performance will be followed by a Q&A with the actor, writer/director and representatives from Foyle Women's Aid / NSPCC.


See more events at the Sole Purpose 21 Years Festival of Theatre for Social Change HERE


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