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Matty May was conceived during a drunken one-night stand on his Nan's settee in July 1988. Since then, he has tried to kill himself three times. An uncensored and funny show about rage, suicide and so-called self-care, If You Love Me This Might Hurt explores mental health, council estates, the trauma men can inflict and the magic of having a brilliant nan all through a queer lens. Some conversations will always be uncomfortable. Society wants change for our mental health care system, but the system doesn't want to make the necessary changes within society that will allow us to take these needed steps forward. In this show, Matty dismantles the roots of the problem that would actually enable everyone to put their mental health first.
About the Author
Matty May is a working-class queer artist and full-time Barking babe. Unashamedly common as muck, sometimes funny and often anxious. His work is honest, vulnerable and a little uncomfortable. Matty is the Associate Director of Scottee & Friends and lead artist on The Queer Wall, Bleeps and Bloops and Be&Do. Matty is one of the lead artists on the Be & Do project, as well as co-host of the Back to Ours podcast, and is a proud member of the Working Class Artists Group.