We're All Mad Here

Theatre (comedy, new writing)

  • Accessibility:
    Wheelchair Accessible Toilets
    May not apply to all performances. You'll find more information about accessibile performances and how to book tickets in the accessibility tab below.
  • Babes in arms policy: Babies do not require a ticket
  • Policy applies to: Children under 2 years


A comedy told by mad people, for mad people. Welcome to our minds! Please fasten your seatbelts and hold onto your hats. It takes skill to choke on air, trip on flat surfaces and fall over completely nothing; Luna and Rowan have that skill. Luna lost her phone in the freezer and keys in the lock. Rowan put his elbow through a window trying to put on skinny jeans. Their journey is a series of awkward, humiliating moments separated by snacks. Don’t feed the animals, drink the water or talk to the voices. Enjoy the ride!

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  • Wheelchair Accessible Toilets
  • Accessible entry: Information not supplied
  • Wheelchair access type: Permanent Ramp, Level Access, Lift (Building Lift)

  • Stairs: Information not supplied

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Courtney F 23 days ago

Such a clever and well written show. So well delivered in a funny, energetic warm way. Clearly a subject near to the hearts of the performers and delivered in such a sweet and personal way that really lets you in to the difficulties faced with dyslexia and dyspraxia. Will definitely look forward to their show next year.

Deborah Idowu 26 days ago

Amazing show! So much energy from both actors can’t wait to see them again next year. Would definitely recommend!

Daniel Livemore 28 days ago

10/10!!!! What a fantastic show, 40 minutes of absolute talent and joy!! Both actors are phenomenal and really keep the audience engaged. The writing and story were easily the best I’d seen all weekend - can’t wait to see them next year!! Highly recommend!!

Louisa O 30 days ago

This show was absolutely amazing!! The creativity of this play was outstanding, as well as eye opening regarding living with the difficulties of dyslexia and dyspraxia. I would definitely recommend watching this if you want a good laugh! Would love to see again!

Adam O 31 days ago

An amazing show with so many creative themes! So much energy from both actors.

H. AOUADI 32 days ago

What a brilliant show. Bravo to both highly skilled actors. An excellent choice amongst so many shows to choose from. The script is clever, rich and so funny, written by a neurodiverse aware cast for everyone interested in what it's like to be dyslexic. I'd love to see it again please.

Alex Shaw 34 days ago

Fast paced and had me laughing from start to finish. Daniel and camilia provide an insightful and hilarious glimpse into what it’s like to live with being neurodivergent. Chaotic, funny, and heartwarming. This show meant the world to me.

Ege Atila 34 days ago

40 minutes of pure marvelous chaos! Daniel and Camilia are incredibly charming and talented performers- the level of energy and physicality they display on stage is truly unparalleled. I was particularly struck by how effortlessly they transformed their bodies and voices for each character. Really impressive work!

Katie Carleton 35 days ago

Loved this show! Captivating from start to finish. Full of energy with pacy writing and skilled performances. Recommended for all!

Mark French 35 days ago

Very entertaining 2 hander about the perils of growing up, being neurodivergent, and having no idea where you are are or what time it is. Funny and thoughtful, this show is an eye opener.

Diana Grice 35 days ago

Great show. Fast pace, funny and well acted with an important message too. Don’t miss this. Highly recommended.

Sonia Shaw 35 days ago

Great show, great actors. Funny and heartwarming - a must see!

Beth Connellan 35 days ago

This play is the perfect mix of hilarious and heartwarming. They sensitively capture what it’s like to be neurodiverse, but also had me giggling from start to finish. Top notch writing and acting, can’t recommend enough!

Michelle Lewis 37 days ago

This was brilliant. Very innovative. Funny. Go see it. We'll acted.

Neil Wheeler 37 days ago

Really superb!!
Fast and funny. A versatile range of components that encapsulates the subject and entertains relentlessly.
We very greatly enjoyed the show.
Five stars.

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Theatre, Films and Arts (3/5 stars) 34 days ago

The couple are talented and very energetic throughout the entire performance.

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