The Worry Website (2011)

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..and other stories by Jacqueline Wilson adapted by Rhiannon Sawyer, Peter Stevens, Kerry Vandersteen and David Workman

Directed by Liz Bates, Nina Cavaliero-Knox, Juliet Holden, Billie Miller, Rhiannon Sawyer, Peter Stevens and David Workman

Performances: Wed 20th – Sat 23rd July 2011, Prompt Corner


The South London Youth Theatre presents four tales from the pen of Jacqueline Wilson

The Monster Story Teller

Being prone to exaggeration, people seldom believe Natalie's stories. When one of her flights of fancy takes her on an amazing adventure, she can't be sure if it is real or imaginary.


My Brother Bernadette

Sara is always having to look after her brother, Bernard. But when a summer project helps to unearth an unexpected talent, Bernard finds his own way to stand up for himself.


Mark Spark in the Dark

Mark loves his Gran and would do anything for her. He's determined to help her in any way he can. But she can help him in more ways than he would expect.


The Worry Website

Ia anything bothering you? Problems in class or at home? Don't know what to do or where to turn for help? Log on to the Worry Website! Type in your worry and wait for the good advice to flow in.


Creative Team

Thanks to the young people taking part in this performance for their fantastic work, as well as their families for their support; the cast and crew of Present Laughter (2011) and 84 Charing Cross Road (2011), and all the Wardrobe, Front of House and Bar Staff for making it all happen. Gavin Parker for his UV expertise. Particular thanks go to Dame Jacqueline Wilson for giving her support to this production.


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