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Ellie and Ollie are just like any other brother and sister. They fight like mad, Ellie likes toast and Ollie likes cereal, they even support different football teams for goodness sake. They couldn't have less in common if they tried… but one Tuesday, everything changes.

A brand new family play from award winning playwright Tabby Lamb, Tuesday explores gender from a child's point of view. When two siblings swap bodies, what will they learn about each other… and themselves? Join Ellie and Ollie on the adventure of a lifetime as they have to navigate the most important day of school as each other. WIll they make it through unscathed? Will they be able to swap back? And what will they learn along the way? Join us on an ordinary Tuesday to find out….

3rd - 4th May

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