This is not BBC Three or Channel 4. It's young people in bedrooms googling at three in the morning. It's the free falling, stomach churning sensation of staring rejection in the face. It's seeing yourself for the first time.
147Hz Can't Pass is a celebration of queer experience and an introduction through person not definition to trans non-binary gender identity. A calculated mess of movement, energy, spoken word and slam style poetry. Humanising the marginalised, and sensationalised, to ask will you walk this road with me?
"strikingly direct...beautiful, sometimes funny and always necessary." Stanza
"Hemp's delivery and charisma... make you burn to know more" Fringe Guru
Activising for Change aims to build a welcoming space during performances of 147Hz Can’t Pass. Audience members are not required/expected to engage or respond but the majority of the piece is done in a direct address format with the performer addressing and making eye contact the audience. The performer is in close proximity to the front row of the audience. The piece contains heavily dialogue-driven scenes. Audience members should feel free to come and go as they require.