‘If you can measure the success of a children’s show by its ability to light up the faces of rain-drenched toddlers, this show has no room for improvement’ Edinburgh Festivals Magazine
“What a privileged to be invited to Liverpool to launch the Abbey Road mural by Paul Curtis and The Beatles Story, it was a magical moment for us to be part of. Visiting Liverpool, the birthplace of The Beatles and where it all began in their incredible history, was very fitting as we head towards the start of the new tour.”
‘The play aims to shine a light on our experience as working-class young people growing up today. I think there’s a problem with working-class representation being simplified to prams and tracksuits, and that’s just not the full picture.
“We’re so excited to get our new show in front of audiences. We’re going to take people into a world of Evil Seagulls, Zombie Donkeys and Bingo Hairballs. The show has a lot of scares, a lot of laughs and some wonderfully wicked acts. “