25 January 2018 – 3 March 2018

by Sarah McDonald- Hughes

â??â??â??â??â?? “I'd highly recommend any parent or teacher to take their children to see this play – it is essential emotional education for all ages… And don’t worry, it’s also packed with dancing, chocolate cake and dinosaurs to keep the serious subjects afloat.” Hiive

â??â??â??â??â?? “The cast of three create a rich world of characters” The Upcoming

â??â??â??â?? “It's a story of hope, and the plays real merit lies in the fact that it doesn't shy away from getting to the core of mental illness.” Broadway World

â??â??â??â?? “it was lovely to see so many young children in the audience clearly engaged and delighted by the performance” Richmond Magazine

â??â??â??â?? “An action-packed, uplifting piece about the value of imagination… its explanation of mental illness for a young audience is perfectly, sensitively pitched.” The List

â??â??â??â??â?? “Brilliant fast-paced production… plenty of laughs along the way and a touch of dancing too with a catchy Taylor Swift pop soundtrack.” Edinburgh Festival For Kids

â??â??â??â??â?? “This touching one-act play is perfectly suited to provoke thought and compassion in mature children or to entertain and move adults.” Ed Fest Mag

â??â??â??â?? “an engrossing, energetic and entertaining show.” ScotsGay

â??â??â??â?? “this heart-warming story is sensitive, uplifting and great fun. This is storytelling at its finest.” British Theatre Guide

â??â??â??â?? “superb family entertainment, proving energetic and colourful with a heart-rending and emotional story. It doesn’t get much better than this.” 730 Review

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