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FIT Screen and stage play

FIT by Rikki Beadle-Blair

FIT is a bold and groundbreaking new play for young people written and directed by acclaimed writer/director Rikki Beadle-Blair MBE. The play was developed to address the growing problem of homophobic bullying in Britain's schools and was especially created for Key Stage 3 (KS3) students (Year 7-9), specifically complementing various learning objectives from the National Curriculum, particularly PHSE and Citizenship. FIT is about attempting to FIT in and trying to stand out in a culture where everything from not liking sport to wearing the wrong trainers is 'gay'. Snappy dialogue and pacy writing combine with energetic hip-hop dance, original music and sparky comedy to make FIT an unforgettable piece of theatre. FIT enjoyed a hugely successful run during 2007 and 2008, where 20,000 young people in over 75 schools across the UK saw the play, accompanied by a workshop. FIT has also been made into a short film and is supported by UK Gay rights organisation Stonewall.

'A kind of gritty take on Glee.'




You can purchase this book via the following links:

US: Amazon

You can watch the trailers for FIT (written and directed by Rikki Beadle-Blair) below:

Here are three videos of Rikki Beadle-Blair being interviewed about FIT at the 27th Gay and Lesbian Film Festival in Ljubljana, Slovenia, on 3 December 2011

PART 1 8:09

PART 2 9:12 

PART 3 8:31 


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