Rosalind Sydney is currently appearing in Terra Incognito’s touring production INVISIBLE ARMY from October 7th – 29th 2016.
“It’s not a big problem. It doesn’t affect his day to day life.
Mrs Gillespie still gives him detention, Sarah Hargreaves still threatens to smash his face in, and Mr Bartnik the shop keeper still won’t let him forget that he owes 10p for bottle of milk he bought over a year ago. But Robbie has started noticing that people bump into him a lot in the street. That nobody ever really looks at him – they always look to the side or a metre behind, as though they’re not quite sure exactly where he is. And this morning, the longer he looked in the mirror the less and less he could see of himself. …..And so begins Robbie’s journey on a very weird day..”
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