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About this event

When Katy, an autistic teenager, meets lonely Ryan, they make a connection that will shake their worlds forever. Playful, visual storytelling with a live electronic score about autism, friendship and a very big wave.

WINNER of the Adelaide Fringe Best Theatre & Critics Circle Weekly Awards, & the Grahame F. Smith Peace Foundation Award 2017

Patch of blue is offering a 'soft' performance on Sunday Feb 25th at 3pm. This show will use limited lighting effects, low amplification and minimal projection to make the show more accessible to anyone who may find these theatrical elements overwhelming. All are welcome to attend.

"Gloriously imaginative.. my defences crumbled" - New York Times.
"Exactly what a Fringe show should be" - The Guardian.
★★★★★ The British Theatre Guide
★★★★1/2 The Advertiser
★★★★★ Adelaide Theatre Guide
★★★★ The Scotsman
★★★★ The Stage
★★★★ InDaily
★★★★ The Upside News Adelaide
★★★★ CollageAdelaide
★★★★★ A Younger Theatre
★★★★★ Scottish Arts and Culture
★★★★★ The Upcoming
★★★★★ Weekender
★★★★ The List
★★★★★ Fritz Magazine
★★★★ Fest Magazine

Important information:
Soft Performance: Sunday, Feb 25th at 3PM. Minimal lighting, amplification and projection.

Presented by:
Joanne Hartstone, Patch Of Blue and Hartshorn - Hook Productions

Patch of Blue are a multi award-winning company from the South of England, making fresh, exciting and touching devised theatre for festivals and international touring.

Hartshorn – Hook Productions is a producing and general management company founded in 2007 by Louis Hartshorn and Brian Hook. Recent West End credits as producers and associate producers include the Olivier Award winning Rotterdam (Trafalgar Studios), Murder Ballad (Arts), Urinetown (Apollo), American Idiot (Arts and UK Tour) and The Blues Brothers: Xmas Special (Arts).

Joanne Hartstone has participated in 12 Adelaide Fringes, 7 Edinburgh Fringes, 1 Melbourne Fringe and 1 Hollywood Fringe. She is presenting 8 shows in 2018 Adelaide Fringe and is Artistic Director of the Noel Lothian Hall in the Adelaide Botanic Gardens.