Scottee grew up around strong, brave and violent men and boys. BRAVADO is his memoir of working class masculinity from 1991 to 1999 as seen by a sheep in wolves clothing. It explores the graphic nature of maleness and the extent it will go to succeed. Blood, spit and tears are set against the drunken backdrop of aggressive sensitivity and Oasis songs. 2018 TOUR DATES
CAMBRIDGE | 3rd April | Junction at Venue TBC | BOOK HERE
CROYDON | 28th April | Croydonites Festival at Croydon Boxing Academy | BOOK HERE
BRISTOL | 17th - 19th May | Mayfest at Various Venues | BOOK HERE
Bravado is an astonishing show. It’s an open wound that bleeds painful truths ...an unsparing dissection of male identity – of its tribalism, insecurity and oppression ★★★★ The Stage
Scottee’s Bravado is deeply moving and strikingly intelligent theatre-making – and one that might well be Scottee’s most impressive feat.
An accompanying text of Bravado including a foreword by Scottee, Professor Jen Harvie & Stewart Who? is available signed from Scottee's bigcaretel HERE This show is not for the weak hearted - it includes graphic accounts of violence, abuse, assault and sex.
Videographer – Adam Young Lighting Design – Marty Langthorne
Production Manager - RiotBox/Sarah Wilson BRAVADO is supported using funding from Arts Council England. Co-commissioned by Heart of Glass & Made to Be Seen - supported by Creative Scene, the Creative People & Places project for North Kirklees. Supported by Colchester Arts Centre and Metal Southend.