Thurs 8 Jun, Guildhall Theatre drama, comedy
Lewis Bray is an emerging actor and writer. This is his first play performed by himself to outstanding reviews as part of Liverpool Everyman Playhouse Ignition Project and now visits the Guildhall Arts Centre on tour. One man, One Chair and 27 characters and...
Cartoonopolis: A One Man Show
Performed By: Lewis Bray Directed By: Matt Rutter & ChrisTomlinson.
Play: One man, One Chair and 27 characters and a utterly heartwarming story of Autism, family
struggle/ perseverance and imaginary worlds.
Setting: The Bray Family Home, and The Imaginary world of Cartoonopolis.
Synopsis: Jack lets Lewis into his imaginary world. They go on an adventure to defeat the evil
mayor sharp. As Jack hurtles into adulthood supported by Mum, Dad & Lewis they are faced with
Transition, Government and Living Allowance Cuts. Jack uses his creativity to overcome his
insecurities and teaches society thats it ok to be different.
Running time: 90 minutes with a 15m interval.
Contains: Some strong language and and has strobe lighting.
Age guide: 12+
“A funny, well-written, touching and clever look at autism, mostly though, it’s about family and the power of sticking together no matter what happens”
“A remarkable piece of performance, full of heart-warming humour”