‘What Doesn’t Make the Cut’ is a breath-taking exploration of the pressures experienced by young people today due to the toxicity of social media. Told through the interplay of 6 central characters, the piece presents the anguish of making choices to ‘fit in’ and the parts of ourselves we keep hidden in order to do so.
Written and created by young female dancers
between 12 and 21, the show not only challenges their relationship with social media but will also have you questioning the honesty of the profile that you share with the world online.
‘A dynamic and powerful portrait of the impact that social media can have on young women. Every young person, their parents and teachers should see this show!’South East Dance
‘Absolutely stunning show! So grateful to bring my daughter to see something to. Positive & inspiring’Audience members from Brighton Fringe 2019
‘This show is amazing. Forget that these are young dancers – this was a show of ambition with intelligence & soul’Audience members from Brighton Fringe 2019
‘Unbelievably powerful. I was moved to tears. Really spot on in every way’Audience members from Brighton Fringe 2019