A story of two brothers, one family, goodies, baddies and autism. Follow Jack Bray – a young man with severe autism – through the imaginary world he creates in his back garden.
Based on his TRUE story, come with Jack’s brother, Lewis and fight inner demons, famous cartoon characters and a whole heap of baddies to stop ‘Mayor Sharp’ from taking over Cartoonopolis and killing creativity once and for all…
After watching cartoons as a young boy, Jack found that they provided him with a gateway into communication and now, as a young adult he has created his own imaginary world: Cartoonopolis.
Told alongside this theatrical fantasy world is a real story about living with Jack and his autism… of how, with his Mum and Dad, we see the family’s highs and lows and their ability to pull together through adversity.
Lewis Bray is an emerging actor and writer. This is his first play performed by himself to outstanding reviews as part of Liverpool Everyman Playhouse Ignition Project.
Thursday 25th May, Chester Lane Library, 7pm
Audience: Teens 14+ and Adults
Cost and Booking Info: £6, £5 (St.Helens Library Card Holders), £3 (concs) Book online or call into any library in St.Helens to purchase your tickets