It’s summer, school is out and you’re looking forward to hanging out and doing your own thing – it’s going to be perfect! Well, it would be until you discover you have to go on the holiday from hell.
Becky has to go on holiday with her Dad, his new girlfriend, and her daughter Tasmin, who’s only interested in music, clothes and boys! Becky on the other hand only cares about saving the planet, endangered species and changing the world!
In a cramped caravan, travelling from London to the Norfolk Broads, Becky and Tasmin need to come to terms with the fact that one day they might be sisters. A journey full of surprises and before the holiday was out both girls recognised that although they had different tastes in clothes, scratch beneath the surface and they had much in common.
Chris Elwell has been the Director of Half Moon Theatre on White Horse Road since 1997. He talks about the company’s work for teenage audiences and the importance of involving them at the heart of the development process. He discusses Yeah Whatever!, Caravan, Cued Up, Cutter and Locked In. Interviewed by Kavana Joyett.
“Gritty comedy at its best”