How to Fix a Broken Wing – Catherine Wheels Theatre Company

We have all watched news reports of horrors happening elsewhere, refugees seeking safety from war-torn homes, victims of natural disasters caused by climate change. What can we do? How should we act? What are our responsibilities to ourselves and to each other? What does it mean to be a global citizen?

How to Fix A Broken Wing will provoke thought and discussion about these questions helping learners to grow more confident in standing up for their beliefs, and more skilled in evaluating the ethics and impact of their day to day decisions. Featuring BAA client, Natali McCleary.

This high-spirited and hopeful new play explores how we might find beauty in imperfection and build resilience in the face of change.

Touring Scottish schools February & March 2018. This is a brand new show so curriculum, background and classroom links will be provided at the start of term. More information can be found here.


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