|17 November 2016|
|Inclusion For All's Anti-Homophobia Play BOY is Performed in UK Parliament|
|In a ground breaking move the collaboration between Shaun Dellenty and HyperFusion Theatre Company, anti-homophobia play 'BOY' was tonight performed in the Houses of Parliament. The event was facilitated by the Houses of Parliament LGBTQ Network 'Parliout' The audience included members of the public, teachers, MPs and specially invited guests. Shaun Dellenty was unable to appear due to ongoing illness but he was represented by his husband Michael Dellenty-Donovan who read a specially written speech by way of introduction. The speech was followed by a performance of BOY followed by a question and answer session with the cast and Sarah Ellis Creative Director. The response was highly positive, with members of the audience taking to social media to report they has found the evening 'inspiring' 'emotional' 'powerful' and 'bloody brilliant!' The play is now touring UK schools. Special thanks to Parliout, Actually Men's Chorus, NHS England and Southwark Council.|
Preventing Homophobic Bullying training days at Alfred Salter Primary School London led by serving school leader Shaun Dellenty
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