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Louisa Claughton presents

Interchangeable Bodies

  • Thursday 5 October 7.30pm

The Marlborough Theatre

60 mins

Interchangeable Bodies explores what gender means to us as individuals, where these understandings come from, and how they affect us. For this we’re going back to primary school, to lessons, to story time, to curiosity, to play, to working stuff out, and to having the space to not always get things right.

How we understand gender and how it is portrayed and perceived in our culture is something that no one can avoid. But it can be too easily accepted, or taken for granted. If we continue to accept the status quo then most- if not all – of us will at some point feel at odds with the world because of who we are. We need to talk about this. I’m making this project so that we can, so that we can say the things we’re not sure how to, question the things we’d never thought to, and air the things we’re not sure we’re ‘allowed’ to.

Interchangeable Bodies has received support from the West Yorkshire Playhouse, Theatre in the Mill, Live Art Bistro, Slung Low, The Marlborough Theatre, Camden People’s Theatre, Third Angel, and the University of Hull.

This performance is Pay What You Can from £1+

If you have a Companion/PA then they can accompany you for free, please send an email to to arrange a ticket, and let us know if you have any further access requirements. Ear plugs are available upon request. 

We have a hearing loop in the theatre, you can connect to the induction loop via your hearing aid. Do this by switching your hearing aid to the T position.

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