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 Scripped Up, championing D/deaf, disabled and neurodivergent writers.Book Now
Scripped Up is a brand new company comprising of
Amy Bethan Evans- Writer
Stephen Bailey - Co-Artistic Director
Charlotte Eyres - Performer
Amy Toledano- Producer
Tinted started as short play called To Be My Eyes, commissioned by Theatre 503 as part of The Words are Coming Now. The full length version was commissioned by Extant for their slot at the 2018 Bloomsbury festival. In these versions, it was directed by Ailin Conant.Book Now
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Press for Amy's last play, Libby's Eyes:
cohesive, intelligent and exciting
— Amelia Brown, The Spy in the Stalls
Read the full review: https://bit.ly/2N3753D
bleak as it sounds, this is an incredibly funny piece of theatre.
— Mind the Blog
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smart political theatre with a heart. And a deadly aim.
— Richard Maguire, The Reviews Hub
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