Yellow is The Colour of Sunshine – On Tour

Yellow is the Colour of Sunshine is a charming new play about friends who learn to communicate about their feelings, and features BAA’s Connor Bryson. Award winning writer Brendan Murray collaborated with theatre company Tutti Frutti to produce a show full of beautiful multi-coloured delights, for children to think about, be inspired by and enjoy.

This is a BSL (British Sign Language) integrated show, for both deaf and hearing audiences to enjoy. The three actors in the piece tell the story of friends Yoshi (who communicates through BSL), Hani (who communicates though spoken word), and Kite/Magpie (who communicates through dance).

The show opens on 18th May 2019 and tours around England through June.

For tickets and more info, click here

 


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