@ The Phoenix Theatre, BlythBook Now
05 April 2017
Supporting World Autism Awareness Week
Written by Alison Stanley and performed by Red Diamond Theatre, Really Reilly tells the story of small boy with Autism and how he interacts and is perceived by his school mates.
Performed by adult actors portraying children, Really Reilly engages with children to raise awareness of autism in primary classrooms.
“Reilly is different. Reilly doesn’t always do what he’s told! We can be annoying to him, he doesn’t always sit still in the reading corner, he can’t catch a ball, he won’t line up at break times AND sometimes he even sits under the tables at lunch time. He likes things his own way, doesn’t want to share or even like us very much ….. or does he?”
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