A boy is stuck to a screen. Society shuns and shames him. But shame is the glue that keeps him stuck. With messy truths leaking out of skin things get ‘Sticky’. Britain’s stuck under an archaic sex education system that is failing our youth who, with pornography in their pockets, are filling in the gaps themselves. In a society selling shiny perfection, and public shaming becomes the norm, can humans be brave enough to show who they truly are?
The Andrew Lloyd Webber Bridge Foundation Company is a unique training initiative made up of recent graduates of The BRIT School for Performing Arts and Technology. It aims to equip members of the company with the professional skills and experience to launch them into the theatre industry.
The company is generously supported by the Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation.
Sticky is being presented in rep with Infinite Joy by Brendan Cull and Robert Scott.
Ryan Dawson Laight
Clay Milner Russell
Credit: Helen Murray
Designer: Ryan Dawson Laight
Lighting Designer: Zoe Spurr