Tinted

August 2018

A close up of a white woman with electric blue lightning makeup on her right eye and smoky blue eyeshadow on the other. She is wearing a purple coat with fur collar and grasping a microphone.

Tinted is a revolutionary disabled response to the #metoo hashtag. Staged as accessibly as possible and written by disabled playwright Amy Bethan Evans (Libby’s Eyes, BBC Access Room, Kudos Fellowship shortlist and producer of Access Platform) Tinted is the debut full-length monologue from company Scripped Up, championing D/deaf, disabled and neurodivergent writers.

Tinted started as a short play called To Be My Eyes, which was commissioned by Theatre 503 as part of The Words Are Coming Now in January 2018. The full length play premiered in Bloomsbury Festival in 2018, commissioned by Extant.

Upcoming shows:

11 – 16 February 2020
Studio – The Vaults, Leake Street

More info including tickets here.

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