Jackie Hagan: This is Not A Safe Space

Date:Sat 27 Apr
Time:8 - 9pm
Price:Festival Day Pass: £12.50 | £8 cons

Jackie Hagan has council estate bones, one leg and a cob-on about class. 

In 2018 she interviewed 80 people living on disability benefits and in this hilarious and deeply effecting solo show she sensitively explores our presumptions, fears and passions regarding who in society deserves our respect, help and how we should deliver it.

A poetic comedy about disability and life on benefits. Featuring the real voices of proper skint people, a spot of stump puppetry and deeply poetic comedy. Full of warmth and free crisps, sensitively handled and very funny. 

"Fiercely unashamed, fiercely defiant and fiercely loving all at once."
London Theatre 1

"Politically Urgent"
The Stage

"A perfect antidote to programmes like Benefits Street"
Disability Arts Online

  • Captioned
  • BSL Interpreted


"Passionate, provocative and affecting"
Disability Today

"Sometimes playful, often heart breaking... hooks you in and makes you feel"
A Younger Theatre

“Fierce use of humour teamed with passionate insight about working class life"
The Mancunion

Festival Pass for all Saturday ticketed events (J1, J2 and J3), installations and BBC podcast recordings - £12.50 / £8 concs (inc booking fees)

The BBC Ouch Podcast recording is free to attend but you need to book your ticket in advance (If you have already purchased a festival pass you will not need to book an additional ticket to attend but you will need to sign up to reserve your entry. Details of how to do this will be published soon)

All Foyer & Leisure Park events listed are free of charge / drop-in and happen thoughout the day.

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