‘I am Me’ is a powerful, thought provoking play based on disability hate crime which has been written and directed by PACE’s Jenni Mason .
The play premiered on Monday 23rd September at The Wynd Centre, Paisley and has since toured High Schools in Renfrewshire and will be shown at Scottish Parliament on 29th January 2014.
Due to popular demand we have added an additional public performances on Tuesday 21st, Thursday, 23rd and Tuesday 28th January at 7pm in The Wynd Centre. Tickets are free of charge however you must book through PACE Box Office on 0845 130 5218an additional performance at 7pm on the evening of 23rd. The play lasts approximately 45 minutes.
1 million people in Scotland are disabled or have a long term illness? 93% of children with learning difficulties have been bullied and 46% of children with learning disabilities have been physically assaulted.
“I am Charlie. I am 24 years old. I love books, walking and gardening. I hate watching soap operas and graffiti. I have a brother called Tom. I have always lived with my mum but I have just got keys to my own flat. I am happy to get my own flat. I am Charlie. This is me. I am me. And this is my story…”