After our first two weeks out on tour with Plastic Figurines, in Liverpool and London, it’s fair to say it’s gone down well: sold-out performances, rave reviews and great audience feedback. We’ve had a blast so far!
We’re now heading to venues all across the UK – from Hemel Hempstead to Mold in Wales – over the next four weeks. Check out tour venues below and book your tickets!
Here’s what the critics have said…
“A quietly courageous play about autism”
★★★★ The Guardian
“Adam Quayle’s confident, contained production is full of quietly moving moments… A tender, nuanced piece of new writing exploring autism and the bond between siblings.”
★★★★ The Stage
“Plastic Figurines is unmissable”
★★★★ British Theatre
“Beautiful moments of verbal and visual humour.”
★★★★ Liverpool Echo
“The kind of special performance that makes you see the world a little differently… Great theatre”
★★★★ Public Reviews
“A bravely authentic, personal, and hugely enjoyable work.”
★★★★ The Stage Review
“A genuinely affecting, lovingly crafted piece of theatre.”
★★★★★ London Theatre
“This is 70 minutes of incredible drama.”
★★★★★ Downstage Centre
“A brave, original play that would be a shame to miss”
What’s On Stage
Read all about it… We were one of Lyn Gardner’s Theatre Picks: Top Tickets and there are some great features about the play and playwright Ella Carmen Greenhill. Check out these articles in The Telegraph, in The Guardian, in the Liverpool Echo, on A Younger Theatre and Northern Soul.
Listen up! We’ve been all over your airwaves over the last few weeks. Here’s a selction: Listen to Ella on BBC Woman’s Hour (from 20 mins 10 secs), the British Theatre Guide podcast, BBC World Service (from 17 mins), BBC Leeds (from 16:48) and BBC Humberside (from 39:39).
From this week until 16th May, we’re heading all over… The Old Town Hall, Hemel Hempstead; The Met, Bury; Hull Truck; Square Chapel Centre for the Arts, Halifax; The Atkinson, Southport; Whitby Hall, Ellesmere Port; The Mill at the Pier, Wigan; The Civic, Barnsley; Harrogate Studio Theatre; The Lowry, Salford Quays; Derby Theatre; Theatre Severn, Shrewsbury; Clwyd Theatr Cymru, Mold.