FOLLOW ME HOME
ATYP regrets to announce our production of Follow Me Home will no longer be presented in 2021 due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. If you have purchased tickets to this show you have a couple of options:
- You can choose to donate the price of your tickets to ATYP as a tax-deductible donation. Your support at this unprecedented and extremely challenging time for the arts will be more valuable than we can express. As a not-for-profit company, ATYP relies on the generosity and understanding of our community. By donating the value of your tickets you will help to reduce the impact this revenue loss will have on our artists and ongoing company costs.
- You can contact the Griffin Theatre Box Office to have your tickets refunded. This will be returned via your original payment method.
ATYP will continue to act on the advice from the Federal and State governments, the Department of Health, NSW Health (and other state health departments where applicable) ensuring our community of young people, parents, carers, artists, audiences, staff, and board are kept informed and safe through this difficult time.
A co-production with Arts On Tour
Follow Me Home is an insightful theatre production by award-winning playwright Lewis Treston.
Presented as a series of vignettes, the play reveals the real stories of a group of extraordinarily strong, resilient and courageous young people.
Inspired by the lived experiences shared by homeless young people across NSW, this thought-provoking work from Australian Theatre for Young People (ATYP) is a must-see for audiences aged 14 and over. Four talented young actors take on multiple roles in a fast-paced show that will leave audiences with a shift in perspective, a little more compassion and a deeper understanding of the world around them.
Themes of: domestic and family violence, physical abuse and neglect, drug use, mental illness, references to suicide and references to sexual abuse.
If you are experiencing homelessness or facing unexpected hardships, contact Ask Izzy, or call link2home, 1800 152 152.
If this play has raised any issues or concerns for you, and you need to speak to someone, please reach out for help. If you require immediate assistance, please call 000.