Having spent such a long time deliberating over initial ideas for TRIBE, our new show for young autistic audiences, the excitement levels were high and mighty when the time came to undertake the project's first week of creative development. After an early Monday start (seriously, way too early) we were checked in, buckled up and off to England! Joining me, for the week-long residency at Prior's Court School in Thatcham (near Reading), were three talented performers and truste
Ever been attacked by a swarm of 100 angry bees? No? Excellent news. Yes? Then you’ll understand exactly how Dan Leith felt at the end of every show of Woofle which played a run at the Lyric Theatre as part of Young at Art’s Belfast Children’s Festival in March. Each of the audience members was gifted a kazoo (or kazoofle as we hilariously nicknamed them) to join in with Dan on a reprise of one of the songs from the show. It was noisy, kind of annoying for the parents o
Just off the back of a very successful adventure into the depths of Culture Night Belfast with Little ChillVille, we’re back to the rehearsal rooms (or is that pool?) for another run of our hugely successful hydrotherapy pool show, Into the Blue.
Into The Blue is Replay’s wonderful watery adventure performed in special school hydropools, designed for those aged 5-18 with Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties and / or Autism. With a sung score by award-winning compose