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Tue, 02 May

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The Performance Lab (Studio)

The Autistic Footballer

Sharing my own experiences of autism and exploring hobbies while performing in a football kit and taking inspiration from the Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time and Autism Working by Michelle Garnett and Tony Attwood.

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The Autistic Footballer
The Autistic Footballer

Time & Location

02 May 2023, 18:15 – 18:45

The Performance Lab (Studio), Arundel Gate, Sheffield City Centre, Sheffield S1 2LQ, UK

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About the Event

Observing the impacts of Autism on everyday life, also raising awareness for Autism for others who have autism and others who don’t have autism. My main problem I face is the communication and being understood by others. When there is failure of connecting with others and this can directly affect my mental health and overall well-being.   In everyday life I find that verbal and written communication can be difficult for me. It can be hard to describe and explain my ideas because I sense a barrier in my communication. It’s like I am almost living in a different world to other people. Explaining my ideas to non autistic people can be very difficult because I am not sure if they really understand my ideas.

Created and performed by Jonathan Turnock

Age

Universal

Trigger warnings

Conversational ideas could cause criticism.

Change Makers 2023

Change Makers 2023 showcases the work of Sheffield Hallam University’s graduating BA (Hons) Acting & Performance students. The showcase is part of Future Now, Sheffield’s festival of creativity. Change Makers 2023 also features contributions from Level 4, and Level 5 Acting & Performance students, as well as members of staff. Learn more about the BA (Hons) Acting and Performance degree at Sheffield Hallam University. We also offer a one-year top-up degree.

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