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A Super Happy Story

13 September

Aldeburgh, HighTide Festival

14-15 September 

Hull, Hull Truck Theatre

18 September

Chipping Norton, The Theatre

20 September

Ipswich, New Wolsey Theatre

22 September

Norwich, Norwich Playhouse

25 September

Maidenhead, Norden Farm Centre for the Arts

26 September

Reading, South Street Arts Centre

27 September

London, ArtsDepot

28 - 29 September

Canterbury, The Marlowe Studio

30 September

Gravesend, The Woodville

2 October

Petersfield, Bedales Theatre

3 October

Havant, The Spring

4 October

Hertford, Hertford Theatre

5 October

Aldershot, West End Centre

6 October

Bordon, Phoenix Theatre

8 - 9 October

Hounslow, The Arts Centre

10 October

Doncaster, Cast


11 October

Bedford, Quarry Theatre

12 October

Halifax, Square Chapel Arts Centre

13 October

Goole, Junction

16 October

Hereford, The Courtyard

17 - 20 October

Salford Quays, The Lowry

23 - 24 October

Lancaster, The Dukes

25 - 27 October

Glasgow, Tron Theatre

30 - 31 October

York, Theatre Royal

1 - 2 November

Hull, Gulbenkian Centre, Hull University

3 November
Derby, Derby Theatre


30 January - 3 February

Waterloo, Vault Festival

5 - 6 February

Scarborough, Stephen Joseph Theatre

9 February

Barnsley, The Civic

21 February

Hull, Thornton Village Hall

23 February

Hull, Wilberforce Sixth Form College

25 - 26 February

Wakefield, Theatre Royal Wakefield

5 March

Milton Keynes, Stantonbury Theatre

6 March

Newbury, Newbury Corn Exchange

7 March

New Milton, Forest Arts Centre, New Milton

8 March

Eastleigh, The Point

9 March

Oxford, Pegasus Theatre

13 March

Gillingham, Glass Box Theatre

14 March

Diss, Cornhall

15 March

Banbury, Mill Arts Centre

16 March

Slough, Curve

21 - 23 March

Salisbury, Salisbury Playhouse, Salberg

24 March

Bristol, 1532

29 - 30 March

Hull, IETM, Hull Truck Theatre,

2 April - 3 May

London, Vaults, Waterloo


7 - 12 May

Brighton, Brighton Fringe, The Warren

23 May

Mansfield, Old Library

24 May

Nottingham, Nonsuch Theatre

25 May

Derby, Derby Theatre

12 June

Burton-on-Trent, Burton Brewhouse

13 June

Spalding, South Holland Centre

14 June

Leicester, Attenborough Arts Centre

23 - 24 August

Kettering, Greenbelt Festival

"A mix of wit and low-key emotion that suddenly grips your heart"
Lyn Gardner, The Guardian

Written by Oliver award winner Jon Brittain (Rotterdam & Margaret Thatcher Queen of Soho) with music by Matthew Floyd Jones (Frisky and Mannish), prepare for a hilarious cabaret musical about depression that explains how it’s OK to not be OK.
Sally’s a happy person. She doesn’t let little things get her down and almost never cries. But she’s got an illness. It makes her feel like she isn’t the person she wants to be, but she doesn’t want anyone to know about it.

ThreeWeeks Edinburgh, Miro Magazine, What'sOnStage

The Scotsman, The Stage, Hull Daily Mail

Madeleine MacMahon
Sophie Clay
Ed Yelland
Writer: Jon Brittain
Director: Alex Mitchell
Musical Director/Composer: Matthew Floyd Jones

Musical Supervisor: James Frewer

Touring Musical Director: Tom Penn
Movement Director: Jon Beney
Stage Manager: Jon Calvert
Sound Designer: Ed Clarke
Lighting Designer: Adam Foley
Set and Costume Designer: Amy Jane Cook
Costume Supervisor: Liz Dees
​Construction: Alex Brook

Marketing & PR: The Comms Collective
Executive Producer: Martin Atkinson

Artistic Support: James Stanyer, David Byrne & New Diorama Theatre


The show has been co-produced by LittleMighty and Hull UK City of Culture 2017. Also with the support of New Diorama Theatre, Greenwich Theatre, CHCP Foundation, Unity Theatre Trust, Hull Truck Theatre, American Chip Spice, and our generous Kickstarter and company supporters.

Recommended 16+

Photography: Sam Taylor


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