A-Typical Rainbow
Closed 2h 20m
A-Typical Rainbow
75

A-Typical Rainbow London Reviews and Tickets

75%
(4 Reviews)
Positive
75%
Mixed
25%
Negative
0%
Members say
Intelligent, Great acting, Resonant, Clever, Must see

About the Show

A coming of age play about living as a queer and neurodivergent person in the UK.

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Member Reviews (4)

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117 Reviews | 9 Followers
50
Slow, Relevant, Quirky

See it if You want a play from a new writer. Some interesting themes explored

Don't see it if At times, I felt it was very slow-moving. Would have been better potentially as a one act play.

15 Reviews | 1 Follower
100
Intelligent, Edgy, Exquisite, Great acting, Ambitious

See it if You like to broaden your horizons and learn about others through their experiences

Don't see it if You're not open-minded and willing to discover a world that differs from "the norm"

13 Reviews | 1 Follower
75
Resonant, Refreshing, Intelligent, Clever

See it if you have an interest in neurodivergent or the LGBT spectrum. A powerful play that cleverly shows the world from another point of view.

Don't see it if you lack interest in the word around you!

3 Reviews | 0 Followers
100
Resonant, Must see, Intelligent, Great acting, Clever

See it if you have an open mind and want to dive deeper into an Autistic person's mind.

Don't see it if you just want to spend an evening without thinking. This is a play that will make you ponder long after the show is finished.

Critic Reviews (4)

The Guardian (UK)
July 8th, 2022

"This play has sparks of brilliance and Green is a lovely, guileless performer."
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WhatsOnStage
July 13th, 2022

"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."
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The Stage (UK)
July 8th, 2022

"It is Boy’s relationship with his stressed and strained Mother that grounds the play, with Caroline Deverill’s heartfelt performance enlivening everything with a generous intimacy."
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All That Dazzles (UK)
July 8th, 2022

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.
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