Talking Vaguely about Revolution was a mixture of moments, scenes and stories looking at the significance of protest, and what anarchy and apathy actually mean to us in 2014. In a world where voting feels meaningless, and people feel powerless, this brand new, thought-provoking piece took a sideways look at the most important issues facing young people today.
This was the first collaboration across the entire RET Young Company – written, designed, performed and marketed by the voices of the future.
An interactive, exciting production for children aged 2 – 7 and their grown-ups. Audience members joined Dee Doris Daisy and the Make-Believers on their adventure through the Royal Exchange Great Hall to find the missing pieces of their bedtime stories. Following the clues through mystery landscapes and keeping an eye out for strange creatures as they helped us solve the mystery