Project XXX

What if when Romeo met Juliet he was already addicted to internet porn, and wanted to film their first sexual experience and upload it for all the world to see?

Project XXX was a researched piece of multimedia theatre that explored internet pornography and the effect it could be having on young people’s emotional and sexual relationships.

The play toured during January – February 2014, performing at Edge Hill University’s Arts Centre, The Edge in Chorlton, Bury Met, Bolton Octagon, The Lantern in Liverpool and The Dukes in Lancaster. The play was also bought in by Manchester NHS Public Health Department specifically for Manchester University Student Union and NHS frontline staff working around sexual health and by Rotherham Youth Service.

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Comedy values aside, this is a fresh and timely piece of exploratory theatre. Raising awareness through well-executed, resonating performance is a commendable feat and Project XXXmaintains that it did not intend to provide any answers but simply to ask the questions.
Sarah Bloomer, What’s On Stage

A two-hander with a multimedia twist, Amy and Callum’s blossoming relationship is helped – and hindered – by two other characters, who never set foot on stage. Ratbag boyfriend Josh (Jack Wealthall), and fading porn star Jenna (Hayley Thomas) both only appear in pre-recorded multimedia scenes.
This, of course, is all in keeping with the theme, and breathes life into the Lantern theatre space like no production I’ve seen there before. The multimedia element gave a dimension to the drama that really gave Project XXX a boost – it was not a gimmick or an add-on, but completely central to the show. It allowed characters to interact over chatrooms and Skype, and acted as a television of sorts as we watched candid and unwittingly telling ‘at home’ interviews with Jenna; and on the big screen is where Project XXX’s pay off played out.
Vicky Andersen, Made Up in Liverpool