Might Never Happen
Education Tour 2017
After a critically acclaimed run at the King's Head Theatre, Might Never Happen moved to the relaunched Crazy Coqs at Zédel in Piccadilly in October 2016.
Might Never Happen is now on an Education Tour delivering the production, associated workshop and lesson plans to 12 U.K. Schools and Colleges, funded by Durham Law School, and in collaboration with Rape Crisis South London (RASASC) and Purple Drum (Imkaan).
For more information, see our EDUCATION page.
Reviews for Previous performances: May 2016, King's Head Theatre
It might never happen. You might be fine. That comment, that look, that whistle, it might not be directed at you. You might have made a mistake. You slip your keys between your knuckles anyway. It might never happen... But it might.
Might Never Happen is a piece written by the company, inspired by research by Dr. Fiona Vera-Gray and Dr. Maria Garner. It explores various aspects and perspectives of street harassment from the ridiculous to the terrifying.
In support of the production at the King's Head Theatre in May 2016, Doll's Eye ran a series of post-show events:
- Post show Q&A with guest speakers:
- Radhika Sanghani (Chair) – Journalist, Telegraph Women
- Zaimal Azad – Researcher, London School of Economics
- Dr. Maria Garner – Independent Researcher
- Kafayat Okanlawon – Independent Activist, Purple Drum
- Dr Shaminder Takhar - Researcher, London South Bank University
- Dr. Fiona Vera-Gray – Researcher, Durham University
- Sophie Walker – Leader of the Women’s Equality Party
- Amy Ewbank – Director, Dolls Eye Theatre
Podcast available here