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Joshua (and Me)

Sat 03 Feb 2024


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60 mins


£10* (£8)* | £5* Students/Under 25s



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Joshua (and Me)

Rachel Hammond

Mission: Understand Joshua’s world.

One-woman show about being a sibling to someone who’s autistic; giving a voice to young people with responsibilities of care. Hannah lives in Blackpool with Mum, Grandad, and two brothers, Ben and Joshua. The brothers are very different. Ben lets Hannah in his room, they play spies together and, sometimes, he even gives her a hug. These things aren’t possible with Joshua. It’s like he speaks a different language. Mum says they have to ‘understand each other’s worlds’.

Mission accepted.

Full of laughter, love, and original music, Joshua (and Me) explores the writer’s own experience of growing up with an autistic sibling.

★★★★★ – ‘An absolute masterclass on the human experience that will leave you aching with love.’ – Everything Theatre

★★★★★ ‘Who needs a cast of five when you have someone as talented as Rachel Hammond?!’ – West End Best Friend 

★★★★ – The Scotsman

Additional Information

Some mild language. Audience access information sheet available here >> 

Relaxed performance

  • Please note: House lights will be on dim throughout, people are welcome to come and go as they please and don’t need to worry about making noises.  However, the sound won’t be lowered and lighting states aren’t made less sudden. Our accessibility sheet (see above), includes a synopsis and a list of cue lines and the level of potential trigger. 


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