Look Mum No Hands! By Daryl Beeton Productions & Mimbre

Crawley Borough Council, Crawley Town Centre BID and Creative Crawley are pleased to host these performances and work alongside Brighton Festival to bring these amazing, bright, innovative companies to the town centre for a great day of entertainment.

Look Mum, No Hands! is a tender story about friendship and growing up. It explores a visually beautiful, and physically surprising, coming-of-age story about two friends testing their own boundaries. Together they explore freedom, taking risks and independence and how they change depending on who you are.

Look Mum, No Hands! playfully explores this idea of independence vs interdependence, vulnerability and strength, using striking physical imagery that will linger in people’s minds. The performance takes creative advantage of the fact that one of the characters uses a wheelchair to create new acrobatic shapes and choreographies that are original and unexpected. Using a combination of theatre, movement and acrobatics as a powerful narrative tool, the two friends play, pushing the boundaries of what is possible, until together they find the perfect balance of each of their limits.

Look Mum, No Hands! is a Daryl Beeton Productions and Mimbre co-production. It was devised in collaboration with performers Maiya Leeke and Rosy Roberts.

Saturday 14 May

11:30 & 14:30

Queens Square, Crawley


Watch a 40 second teaser about the show here

Watch a short film about the show here.  

Creative Team:

Co-Directors | Daryl Beeton and Lina Johansson

Cast | to be announced mid-February, watch this space!

Composer | Gareth Cutter

Production Design | Jonathan Van Beek

Project Manager | Zsófi Szendrei

Concept devised with Maiya Leeke and Rosy Roberts

Look Mum, No Hands! has been supported by Without Walls and commissioned by GDIF and Hat Fair. With additional support from The Sparks Arts for Children and Blueprint: Without Walls R&D Investment Fund 2021

More information about Daryl Beeton Productions here.

More information about Mimbre here.

Photo credit: Daryl Beeton