Devised by the Company
Rhum and Clay
Commissioned by New Diorama Theatre
Supported by British Land and Camden Borough Council
‘Tender, smart and affecting’
‘Smart, sensitively handled and a lot of fun’
‘A delightful production’
British Theatre Guide
A joyful, kaleidoscopic new show for 5 to 12 year-olds about change, why change happens and how to deal with it.
The world has ever so slightly shifted. Things are… different, skewed, off kilter and no one else has noticed. Join us for this fast-moving and musical adventure about the chaos of the last few years – allowing young people to take stock and share hopes for the future.
Created by award-winning theatre company Rhum + Clay, made in consultation with a child psychologist and children across London.
Creative Team & Cast
Director/Co-Creator Julian Spooner
Co-Creator Matt Wells
Designer Amanda Mascarenhas
Sound Designer Benjamin Grant
Lighting Designer/Technical Stage Manager Adam Jeffreys
Producer for New Diorama Reece McMahon
Producer (Fringe) Grace Dickson
Assistant Producer (Fringe) Rory Thomas-Howes
Cast Matt Wells and Lakeisha Lynch-Stevens
Award-winning theatre companies Rhum and Clay and New Diorama have partnered to develop a new theatre show for schools, supported with teacher resources, that acknowledges the weirdness and discombobulation of this last year and makes all that change a little less scary and a bit more hopeful.
Everything Has Changed toured local school and community venues across London over summer 2021, reaching 2,100+ people, after which it transferred to Pleasance Two at Edinburgh Fringe 2022, where it was listed as one of the Top 10 Children’s Shows by TimeOut, and secured numerous strong reviews.
Photography Alex Brenner
Key Art Guy J Sanders