Everything Has Changed

Edinburgh Fringe

About

A joyful, kaleidoscopic new show for 7-11 year-olds about change, why change happens – and how to deal with it.

The world has ever so slightly shifted. Things are... different, skewed, off kilter and no one else has noticed. Time feels strange and no one day is the same. Wait. Was that an actual zebra crossing the zebra crossing?

Join us for this fast-moving and musical adventure about the chaos of the last year – allowing young people to take stock and share hopes for the future. Created by award-winning theatre company Rhum + Clay, made in consultation with a child psychologist and children across London.

Everything Has Changed also toured local school and community venues over summer 2021.

Quotes & Reviews


Press on Rhum & Clay

★★★★ 'Wit, pungency and physical skill... deft and ingenious'
The Guardian on The War of the Worlds

★★★★★ 'A tour de force'
WhatsOnStage on Mistero Buffo

★★★★★ 'Pulled-off triumphantly'
Time Out on Hardboiled

The Company


About Rhum & Clay

Rhum + Clay is led by co-Artistic Directors, Julian Spooner and Matt Wells and Executive Producer, Sally Cowling. Emerging from the Ecole Jacques Lecoq in Paris, Rhum + Clay’s work is always devised and always physically virtuosic and made with an ever-changing and extraordinary range of creative collaborators. Over the past decade the company’s productions have toured in the UK and internationally, the last two years seeing their 2017 production of Testosterone and their 2018 production of Mistero Buffo playing to audiences in Brazil, Canada, Kazakhstan, France and Venezuela. 

Their most recent show, The War of the Worlds, received huge press and audience acclaim on its premiere at the New Diorama, and is currently touring extensively in the UK and abroad.

www.rhumandclay.com / @rhumandclay


Cast & Creatives

Devised & Performed by:
Lakeisha Lynch-Stevens
Matthew Wells

Director: Julian Spooner 
Designer: Amanda Mascarenhas
Sound Designer: Ben Grant

A Rhum & Clay production, commissioned and co-produced by New Diorama Theatre.

Generously supported by British LandCamden CouncilCamden Alive, National Literacy Trust, John Lyons Foundation & Young Camden Foundation.

 

Cast & Creatives


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