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Ishbel Tunnadine



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        Fat Girl Gets a Haircut and Other Stories, The

Fat Girl Gets a Haircut and Other Stories, The

A boy collects tears in carefully labelled jam jars; a girl is horrified that her best friend thinks her Father is hot'; a young boy bricks himself up in a Lego tower; and a young girl wears her mother's shoes. . . the Fat Girl Gets a Haircut and Other Stories is an original work created and performed by a company of teenagers, with artist/director Mark Storor. their candid tales - on themes of love, family, sexuality and religion - are revealed in 13 explicit portraits. With a live band, animation and video in a 360 degree setting, the Fat Girl Gets a Haircut and Other Stories creates a vision of the world as experienced through the prism of teenage years.

conceived by By Mark Storor, Laurie Briggs, Alexus Burke, Jacob Crossley, Kadeem Deane, Rory Edmonds, Rosie Evans-Hill, Ashleigh Monagle, Yasmin Rackal, Miran Salman, Ishbel Tunnadine And Dharshinee Vogel. Since October 2009 eleven young people have been meeting once A week to create A piece of theatre with the help of Artist Mark Storor. Answering the Roundhouse's call for young Actors Aged 12-15, these talented eleven have come up with A fascinating 90 minutes in which they explore not only what it means to grow up, but Also what it means to devise A piece of theatre

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