One-man comedy-drama about two twins growing up with cerebral palsy: Bec (a wheelchair user) and Jack (who walks with a limp). Each twin had a very different experience navigating life. 

Join Jack as he steps back in time, reliving squabbles with his old womb-mate Bec; whilst battling against societal attitudes and a troublesome tattie: Darth Tater. 

In this true tale of twins growing up, their unique bond is tested as they steer through the trials and tribulations of childhood and school – honking at bullies and overthrowing low expectations. 

An inspiring* solo show with sketch and spoken word, that celebrates disability, diversity and questions Eddie Redmayne’s career choices. *Inspiration not guaranteed 

“a memorably angry and loving call for more understanding of the nuances of disability, particularly from the school system that came close to failing Bec completely; all articulated with a charm, humour and light-touch use of film and visual images that mark Hunter’s arrival as a major presence in Scottish theatre.” (Joyce McMillan, The Scotsman)

“Compelling” The Guardian
★★★★ Broadway Baby
★★★★ Broadway World
★★★★ Corr Blimey
★★★★ Neurodiverse Review
★★★★ The Scotsman
★★★★ The Quintessential Review
★★★★ The Wee Review

Winner: Mary Dick Award. 
Nominated: Best Production (Scottish Theatre Awards at the Fringe)

Writer & Performer Jack Hunter
Director & Dramaturg Joe Douglas
Composer & Sound Designer Nik Paget-Tomlinson
Technical Stage Manager Susan McWhirter
Producing Team Nina Doherty, Mhari Robinson
Projects Coordinator Katherine Dilworth

With thanks to Robert Softley Gale, Paul Fitzpatrick, Wendy Niblock, Karen Steel, Michelle Rolfe, & Birds of Paradise Theatre.

Photo: Kat Gollock

Completed runs:

8pm, Wed 27th & Thurs 28th September, Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh
8pm, 7th & 2.30pm, 8th October, STET – The English Theatre, The Hague
6pm, 20th & 4pm, 21st October, Grenzenlos Kultur Festival, Mainz

Photo: Beth Chalmers