You Heard Me is for anyone who has been underestimated.
Anyone who has been told to shut up.
Anyone who has been afraid to walk home.

You Heard Me is a true story.

You Heard Me is a celebration of a single moment of noise that freed Luca from an attack. Made her understand what it means to take up space. To heal. To be part of something much bigger than yourself.

You Heard Me celebrates the quiet as well as the loud, the soft as well the hard.

This is a show about refusing to stay quiet and the power to re-make, re-mould and disrupt.

Content warning: You Heard Me describes a moment when Luca was attacked while she was on a run. It contains a description of sexual violence. Please download this document for further information about potential triggers and more a detailed description of the show content.

You Heard Me made by Luca Rutherford with Maria Crocker, Melanie Wilson, Tanuja Amarasuriya, Bethany Wells, Bethany Gupwell, Stephanie McMann, and Jenni Jackson.

Lighting Designer – Bethany Gupwell.

An ARC Stockton Production co-commissioned by the Albany, BAC, Cambridge Junction and Theatre in the Mill and Northern Stage.

We are constantly monitoring the government’s COVID-19 guidelines. Should the situation change, the event will be postponed and bookers will be notified in regards to their options.

Supported by the Garfield Weston Foundation through the Weston Culture Fund