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by sean burn




Showing at

Hexham Library

Thursday 6 June 7.30pm
Tickets: £10.00 / £7.50 (student)

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A true story about growing up in 80s Britain.

A story about playgrounds and care-homes, DMs and red laces, punk and cassette tapes, about smashed up tellies and running away, about three kids called spaz, dumbo and psycho – a story of love and rage and surviving it all.

It's a story of a kid who, a day after Joey Deacon goes on Blue Peter, arrives to the playground and declares that from now on, they are to be called Joey. Then jumps over the wall and disappears forever.

Written by sean burn, performed in English and British Sign Language, and produced by gobscure in association with Greyscale.

Suitable for ages 12 years+ (some strong language)

A New Wolsey Theatre Testing Ground commission, produced by gobscure in association with Greyscale. Supported by PULSE, ACE, Northern Stage, Live Theatre and Andrew Lloyd Webber foundation.

If there are certain themes that you know would cause you distress and you would like to discuss it, please email Chloe here

Writer – sean burn
Cast – Scott Turnbull & Faye Alvi
Director – Selma Dimitrijevic
Sound Designer – Matthew Tuckey
Creative BSL Consultant – Brian Duffy
Assistant Director – Sarah Gonnet
Associate Producer – Chloe Stott
Stage Manager – Eva Collins

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