When he finds out the mother of his son is in labour, John begins to panic. How do you raise a son in a world where men’s bad behaviour is not only ignored but excused?
As a second-generation Nigerian John has been raised in a community where homophobia and archaic gender norms run rife. What do you do when everything you know about being a man doesn’t equal being a good person?
An exploration of masculinity and men’s violence against women.
Press & Reviews
Praise for previous work
Get The Chance **** "Even with the grappling such serious topics the show still is amazing and had some powerful insights into the condition. Theatre like this could save lives..."
OCD Action "I’m Just a Little Bit OCD" cleverly and uniquely combines comedy with an accurate portrayal of the condition - which is something we very rarely see."
London Theatre Reviews "Ria Fay has created a play that reflects on the truths and myths of living with OCD by tackling them in a meaningful and captivating way."
Audience member "I loved this show... I was nervous to see it because my OCD is severe and it was very close to home but I was so glad coz it helped the people who were with me understand. Literally spot on accurate about everything"
Cast & Creative Team Cast
John: OLUGBEMINIYI BAMMODU
Assistant Director: OLUGBEMINIYI BAMMODU
Writer: OLUGBEMINIYI BAMMODU
Director: ELEANOR HOLMES
Producer: RIA FAY