Mustard Doesn’t Go With Girls is an inclusive feminist musical for the modern child.
Join us in the surreal town of Bow-on-Tie, a town deeply rooted in tradition and run by the dubious mayor Croque Madame (or is it Croc?!).
When the children start mysteriously disappearing, eight-year-old Abigail decides to investigate further, embarking on an adventure where social norms are questioned and the town’s secrets are uncovered.
Will Abigail and the rebel children be able to prevent their horrific fate, and by doing so change the town’s divide of boys and girls?
Using an original score, slick movement and strong characters this production seeks to poke fun at fairytales from the past whilst creating new storylines for the young generation of today.
Join Abigail on her journey towards being heard in a society that is stuck in the past. The show is empowering for both children and grown-ups, of whatever gender, showing that you can be anyone and anything you want to be.
About Bric à Brac Theatre
Bric à Brac is an international ensemble who tell stories in unexpected ways. We work collaboratively to create original devised performance.
Made up of theatre-makers from across the UK, America, and Norway, we graduated from the École Internationale de Théâtre Jacques Lecoq in 2015.
The company has a core ensemble of actors, directors, writers and musicians who have received acclaim for their debut show, Ash, at the Southwark Playhouse, The Space UK, and at the Paris and Edinburgh Fringes 2016.
Our work has been supported by Arts Council England, The Space, ArtHouse Jersey, The Pleasance, and St. Margaret’s House. We were also selected as one of the New Diorama’s Emerging Graduate companies in 2018/19.
This performance contains Closed Captioning by the Difference Engine
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