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A story of a boy

Running, jumping, no time for sleeping

A boy with big ideas

Shouting, sprinting, can’t be stopping

A boy who is lonely

Imagining, dreaming, better than schooling

A boy who loves the open air

Leaving, escaping, no space for listening

A boy they call WiLd!

Writers Guild award winning writer Evan Placey has teamed up with tutti frutti and CANDAL at Nottingham University to create a fantastic new play with one actor and one live musician that unravels the story of a wayward, fragile and misunderstood boy who lives on his wits and untamed imagination.

A brilliant, clever, brave new play celebrating all things ‘wild’ with fabulous live music and fresh moves. For every misunderstood child, their teachers and families up and down the land. From the company who bought you Monday’s Child by Brendan Murray selected  by the Guardian as one of the top ten shows to see in 2014.

Supported by a Wellcome Trust Arts Award this remarkable new play is informed by intensive research into the condition of ADHD in children.

For everyone aged 8 and above!

“Billy keeps bees. It’s not a typical hobby for a 10-year-old boy, but Billy isn’t your typical 10-year-old boy. Billy has ADHD, four little letters that serve to label him just as succinctly as the labels that he sticks on the jars containing his beloved bees. It’s vividly brought to life by Rhys Warrington in a very physical performance.” ★ ★ ★ ★ – The Stage

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