Theatr Clwyd and Hijinx Theatre Company Present World Premiere Production of BOHO
Evolving during sessions with actors from Hijinx North Academy, in which the theme of struggles of modern life and the pressures of 'keeping up' and 'fitting in' were explored, BoHo is an exploration of what it means to be good enough, performed by a cast of disabled and non-disabled actors through vibrant film and words with an original score by Hannah Noone.
Hannah Noone today said, "Making this show has been a process of discovery, insight and sheer joy. BoHo promises to be a box of delights."
Life in the City is fast, correct and beautiful. If you keep up, that is.
David Jones is just another cog in the City's giant wheel, until one untimely mistake forces him out...to BoHo. On this journey of self-discovery, amid an otherworldly collection of misfits and freethinkers, rules are challenged, individuality is celebrated and 'reality' is tested.
There he finds himself in hilarious and wonderful situations as he explores the new direction in which his magical journey is taking him, meeting a variety of interesting and exotic people along the way.
Hannah Noone has previously worked at Theatr Clwyd as Assistant Director on Tamara Harvey's first two productions, Much Ado About Nothing and Pilgrims. She is a member of the JMK Sherman Cymru's Directors Group, Resident Director for Opera'r Ddraig and Artistic Director of Welsh Youth Performance Academy. Directing credits include Die Fledermaus, The Beggar's Opera, Carmen, Hansel & Gretel (Opera'r Ddraig), Cinderella (Bute Park Opera) and Venus & Adonis (Opera Mint).
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