"An objectively and hugely important piece of theatre and one that is long overdue... The play's narrative gives unparalleled agency to its autistic protagonist, and its message light-footedly unpicks stigmas and untruths about autism. Furthermore, all of it is the work of a largely neurodivergent cast and creative team, one that has been given the opportunity to share this story with complete authenticity."
Based on real events, A-Typical Rainbow is told predominantly through the character of Boy as we see the world through his eyes. Having to navigate growing up autistic and gay in a world which can be cruel, this play hopes to challenge attitudes and increase the understanding of what it is like to be in the shoes of somebody such as Boy.