Part of Greater Manchester Fringe Festival 2019.

Starting a new school is tough, especially if you’re a teacher faced with the unthinkable – sex education classes. Lots of them. It’s also tough if you’re the new girl and your drunken deflowering in the car park comes back to haunt you. So what happens when the new girl and the new teacher turn to each other for solace?

Based on true (and horrifying) experiences of telling kids what happens when you ‘do it’, Blue Lines is a play about fertility, weird friendships and coping with the unexpected. It also contains reference to monkey sanctuaries, boy parts and Sade.

Winner of the Hive Award 2019, Blue Lines is Stefanie Moore’s debut play and has been developed under the mentorship of Tim Firth (Calendar Girls, Kinky Boots, The Band).

This event is part of a triple bill of Greater Manchester Fringe Festival shows at The Met on July 20, alongside Stained and Sian Davies: About Time.

Special offer: See all three for just £15 (ticket discount applies automatically when you buy online).

Book tickets

The Box @ The Met
£9 (inc fees)

Duration approx. 60 minutes.

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