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Review: The Boy Who Cried Wolf at York Theatre Royal

Five years ago Leeds company tutti frutti first staged York playwright Mike Kenny’s re-spinning of Aesop’s wintery old yarn in new patterns and shades, as favoured by the contestants in the annual jumper-knitting competition that opens and closes this one-act show for three-year-olds and upwards.
The company of Reasons to Stay Alive, based on Matt Haig's book.

Review: Reasons To Stay Alive - Sheffield Crucible Studio

Reasons to Stay Alive, a Sheffield Theatres and English Touring Theatre co-production, is based on the internationally best-selling book by Matt Haig and has been “imagined for the stage” and directed by Jonathan Watkins, with text by award-winning playwright April De Angelis.

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