Dates and Times
Fri 16 June at 1:30pm
Presented by QQF
Being a dreamer and having a moon for a head makes Joey Moonhead’s life at college one of failure and being bullied. But when the college talent show is announced Joey decides to build himself a musical instrument far greater than any in existence. His self-confidence and dreams of success are boosted by his invention the Music Machine and by the help of the mysterious Ghost Boy.
An adaptation of the graphic novel “Moonhead & The Music Machine” by Andrew Rae (Nobrow Press 2014).
QQF (Quite Quite Fantastic) is a performing arts company for adults with learning disabilities based in Camden. Their mission is to promote wellbeing through drama, dance, music, prop-making and sport. The QQF performers have devised a vibrant and madcap interpretation of the novel combining dance, mime, dialogue, singing and self-made props. This is their first full-length show.
About the company
QQF (Quite Quite Fantastic) is a performing arts company for adults with learning disabilities based in Camden. All the actors have learning disabilities. The artistic directors are drama teacher Diane Leverett and musician, teacher and founder of the Blang record label Joe Murphy.