Alphabetti Theatre presents Trolley Boy by David Raynor
When: Tuesday 10th - Saturday 14th July 2018
Show Begins: 7.30pm on Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday / 6.00pm on Wednesday
Tickets: £8 Full Price / £6 Concession (Student, OAP, Artist, Unwaged)
Age recommendation: 12+ (contains strong language)
Running Time: approx. 50 mins
Please note this production contains flashing lights.
A play about superheroes, grief and shopping trolleys.
Ladies and gentlemen, behold Trolley Boy!
Riding these broken streets, dodging stones and swerving dog shit in his superfast Asda trolley.
Brave, fearless Trolley Boy brings hope to the hopeless, help to the helpless and safety to the… not very safe.
Trolley Boy has emerged like a phoenix from the ashes. He sees, he hears: despair in the bungalows, panic in the flats.
But fear not. Trolley Boy fights for justice.
Things haven’t been great for 14-year old Colin. 1992 was already a pretty crap year. But when tragedy strikes and the forces of darkness move in there’s only one thing left to do: become a superhero.
Set in Washington, Tyne and Wear, in the early 90s, Trolley Boy is the story of a teenage boy trying to come to terms with loss.
Alphabetti Theatre bring Trolley Boy to the stage, a script developed over 2 years through our Write Longer Literary Scheme. It was first shown as a script-in-hand performance in 2016. Supported by Arts Council England.
Cast Bob Nicholson & Cheryl Marie Dixon
Written by David Raynor
Directed by Alphabetti Artistic Director Ali Pritchard
Movement Director Malcolm Shields
Designer James Pickering
Composer Roma Yagnik
Sound Designer Matthew Tuckey
Lighting Designer Martin Fraser
Dramaturg Alphabetti Theatre's Literary Manager Ben Dickenson
Produced by Alphabetti Theatre Producer Chloe Stott