All That is Wrong
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In Once and For All… she burned Barbies. In Teenage Riot she saw adults as caged animals. Koba Ryckewaert is now 18 and knows things are wrong in the world. She just needs to get a grip on them. She’s better at writing than talking, so she draws. What can she do to resolve things? Neither everything, nor nothing. And she will face it all alone. She will make choices, only to stick to them. From the award-winning team behind Once and For All… and Teenage Riot comes the third part in their trilogy about growing up. Ages 14+.
Ontroerend Goed, Lika, Richard Jordan Productions, Drum Theatre, Plymouth.
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All That is Wrong7 Aug 2012
Restrained, compelling piece from provocative Belgian company
There’s power in simplicity this year, for the Belgian theatre company, Ontroerend Goed. Often tagged as ‘provocative’ or ‘controversial’ because of their knowing messing around with conventions – see their previous, excellent Fringe offerings, The…
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