Ultimately, we all want to see real relationships with real people on stage and 'Joshua (And Me)' provides that with an exciting performative element which gives it that universal appeal.
London Pub Theatres
Overall, this production was admirable, profound, compelling and an all-round beautiful piece of theatre and we can’t wait to see what they do next!
The Reviews Hub
A thoughtful and engaging production that tells the kind of story not heard often enough on stage.
London Theatre 1
Not only does she let us into her world, but she helps us to understand her brother's, and it is truly heartwarming.
A really beautiful piece of theatre that reflects a part of society that is often otherwise silenced or overlooked, that is brought to light in a sensitive and engaging way.
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- Rachel Hammond
A show exploring what it means to be a sibling to someone who is autistic, and giving a voice to young people with responsibilities of care.
It can be hard being a sibling to someone with autism and its understandable that some may feel forgotten or have responsibilities placed upon them to help with their siblings care. Joshua (and Me) explores the relationship between Joshua, who has autism, and his neurotypical sister Hannah. The story is told from Hannah's perspective creating a refreshing and innocent take on the relationship between her and Joshua.