Doncaster Market Place
£6 (£4 Child)
Fri 01 October - Sun 03 October
A show for all the family from award-winning playwright Phoebe Eclair-Powell.
This is a story. Charli’s story.
It’s about losing your voice and going on a big adventure to find it again. It features a rageful rhino, a very helpful fly called Stephen and some really good songs about chips.
Age guidance: 5+
Please ask our Front of House team on arrival about accessing captions.
Sunday 3 October, 10am is a Relaxed performance.
This means that it wont' be as dark, as the lights will be kept on at all times, including during any incidences of flashing lights, and all loud noises will be reduced, and there will be no use of effects like smoke machines. Any audience interaction is gentle and is kept to a minimum, and performances are more bespoke. Unfortunately due to the nature of Roundabout, once you leave the space you're unable to re-enter. However capacity will be reduced in order to allow for movement within Roundabout.
Phoebe Eclair-Powell is a writer from South East London. Her recent play SHED: EXPLODED VIEW just won the prestigious Bruntwood Award for 2019. Her latest play HARM is due to be produced at the Bush theatre early 2021, and will be filmed by BBC Culture in Quarantine.
Phoebe has written for award winning Channel 4 Continuing Drama Hollyoaks and an episode of Sky comedy Two Weeks To Live with Maisie Williams. Phoebe is currently under commission with Reading Rep, Newcastle Live Theatre, Paines Plough Roundabout and The Bush Theatre.
Roundabout is a three day, pop-up festival in Doncaster Market Place, hosted by Cast and Paines Plough.full line up here