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Touch Blue Touch Yellow     

Touch Blue Touch Yellow Twenty year old performer Joshua Manfield has been cast in the lead role of Carl in the Premier of Touch Blue Touch Yellow by Tim Rhys presented by Company of Siren’s sister company Winterlight

It premiers at Chapter Arts Centre in December 2015

“I am autism. I know where you live. I will bankrupt you. I will take away your hope. I don’t sleep, so I make sure you don’t either... I will fight to take away your hope. I will plot to rob you of your children and your dreams”
Carl understands stars, galaxies and other planets but the mysteries of the non-autistic world all around him are far more bewildering and dangerous. This new play explores some of the misleading myths about autism. It follows one young man’s journey, searching for friendship and meaning on what could turn out to be his last night on Earth.
“Sometimes being autistic in this world means walking through a crowd of silently miserable people and holding your happiness like a secret or a baby, letting it warm you as your mind runs on the familiar tracks of an obsession and lights your way through the day.”

Tuesday 1st – Saturday 5th December at 8.00 Matinees Wednesday and Saturday at 2.30

Venue: Chapter Arts Centre Market Road Cardiff

Box Office 02920304400

£12/10 concessions

Winterlight is the sister company of Company of Sirens

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Supported by the Arts Council of Wales

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