Welcome to Bert and Horace’s junkyard. They collect, curate and repurpose all the rubbish that the world doesn’t want.
One day Charlie turns up in their yard. She begins to tell them how she took her inheritance and left home to explore life in the big city. Charlie’s life was full of luxury with epic parties, rock star friends and even a pet chihuahua but this faded into nothing when the money disappeared. She is empty pocketed, feeling pretty worthless and a long, long way from home.
Through song, storytelling and laughter, Bert and Horace show Charlie that she is not as ‘rubbish’ as she thinks and help her to consider whether she could take the long road home back to her Dad.
Secret Angels is an innovative and interactive sweep of the great big story of God and us, using music, poetry and creative storytelling. This vibrant production explores the Christian vision of self-identity and enlivens some familiar stories from the Book of Hope, A.K.A. the Bible.Enquire about this production
Using masks, music and physical theatre, Dreamkeepers teaches about the effects and consequences of bullying. The accompanying interactive workshop supports the performance, explores the different forms of bullying and teaches how to recognise them. Practical discussions are led on how the children can deal with bullying in their school and personal life, and empowers them to believe in themselves and others’ dreams.Enquire about this production
A production designed for secondary schools, this show highlighted issues such as drug addiction, knife crime, social stereotyping and personal identity. Following the lives of three young people and the impact of their decision-making, the audience were challenged to consider the consequences and to confront their own life choices. A 50-minute production with a bespoke workshop, this production was performed 24 times to more than 3,500 people.Enquire about this production
A response to the increase in drinking culture in the UK, this production centred on a group ofindividuals, each facing different problems concerning alcohol. Suitable for ages 7-11 years, and with a follow-up workshop, young people were able to discuss alcoholism and binge drinking. Between 2008 and 2012 this production was performed approximately 90 times.Enquire about this production
Adapted by Richard Hasnip from Christopher Marlowe's classic script, this was a well known tale as you'd never seen it before. Following a premiere performance at Edinburgh Festival Fringe, this production toured schools, theatres and a variety of events.Enquire about this production