The Flux Tour is Coming to Ellesmere Port

If you are looking for something to do with your teenagers then why not head to Theatre Porto in Ellesmere Port and watch the Flux Tour this April. It will be a great way to share some quality time together, have a laugh and even open up some of those trickier conversations you may have been putting of!

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What is Flux?

Flux is a contemporary theatre show devised and performed by Mortal Fools Ensemble Young
Company, showcasing an original soundtrack, bold set design, and the incredible talent, insights and
lived experience of young people. Flux is for teenagers, young people and adults – it’s heart-warming, hopeful, colourful, bold, empowering, funny, poignant, thought provoking and a reminder, that you’re not alone in feeling like a “mess” sometimes.

You will get to see 12 unique young and incredibly brave individuals come together on stage, as they demonstrate what they think it means to question your identity in a world that feels determined to give you a label. It is bound to be emotional, funny and also insightful. A must see for all parents trying to raise teenagers in 2023 as well as the teenagers trying to navigate this journey too.

You will hear from binary breakers, stereotype smashers, convention clingers, people pleasers, distracted dreamers, ally activists, hopeful homebodies, evolving explorers, GOAT gamers, fashionable friends, Tik-Toking
trendsetters, simping stans, radical rebels, the woke and the weird.

The show will last for 70minutes with no interval and they are operating a pay what you can system when it comes to ordering your tickets, making it inclusive for everyone.


When and where

Theatre Porto (formerly Action Transport Theatre), Whitby Park, CH65 6QY
5 April, 7pm
Tickets are pre-bookable but pay what you feel
Book tickets via:

If you can’t catch it at Ellesmere port then you can also watch the Flux tour at YMCA Northumberland or Burnley Youth Theatre.

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