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  • Georgie Steele presents

    And I'll Blow Your House Down

    Wed 21st - Sun 25th Aug at 7:15pm
    Tickets £12
    Disability in society: fairytale or pigging nightmare?

    The 2023 Brighton Fringe Award-winning show comes to Camden!

    Disability in society: fairytale or pigging nightmare?

    It seems the Big Bad Wolf’s blown your house down: with two life-changing diagnoses, your family life is in ruins. It’s now an absurd mess of endless appointments, health and safety nonsense, and offers of help that don’t help.

    But as you struggle to rebuild it all, you start to wonder, who or what is the Biggest Baddest Wolf? Is it your sons’ condition, or is it the institutions and systems that society constructs around them?

    A disenchanted storytelling and physical theatre show about family disability in an ableist society.

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    Content Notice
    Running Time 60 mins
    Wheelchair Accessible
    Wheelchair Accessible
    Assistance dogs welcome
    Assistance dogs welcome
    Content Notice
    Content Noticeage 12+ guidance, contains mention of a life-limiting condition
    "Georgie Steele’s one-woman show is searing and livid. Her presence is mesmerising."
    OFS Review
    "Riveting ... illuminating"
    The SLATE
    "Phenomenal. Exquisite storytelling ... GO SEE IT!"
    Hooky Productions
    "A wonderfully written piece, with equal measures of heart and humour"
    Paul Simpson, Head of Participation and Audience Development, Oxford Playhouse

    "Hats off to the CPT for this fine show, well researched and coming from a place of great passion... Comm­unity theatre at its most effective."

    Camden New Journal (Human Jam)