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‘It Only Takes a Minute’, a fascinating one woman show, presented by C21 theatre company, will be performed at the Sean Hollywood Arts Centre, Newry, on Friday 19 October at 8pm.

The play focuses on the life of Michelle, a young woman living with Asperger’s. This fast-paced, show, written by Tom Finlay, features a stand out performance by Anna Kyle, one of Northern Ireland’s emerging disabled actresses. The innovative show also features the songs of “Take That”, which at times sees the audience singing along.

ONE of Northern Ireland’s leading theatre companies, c21, tackles the personal journey of a young woman affected by Asperger’s syndrome, in their latest touring production of ‘It Only Takes a Minute,’ which showcases in the Sean Hollywood Arts Centre on Friday 19th October. Pictured is leading lady and co-writer Anna Kyle.
ONE of Northern Ireland’s leading theatre companies, c21, tackles the personal journey of a young woman affected by Asperger’s syndrome, in their latest touring production of ‘It Only Takes a Minute,’ which showcases in the Sean Hollywood Arts Centre on Friday 19th October. Pictured is leading lady and co-writer Anna Kyle.

The piece begins with 26 year old Michelle receiving her diagnosis. “Take That” become Michelle’s confidants, mentors, and best friends in the solace of her bedroom.  This results in a culmination of events that result in meltdown and a period where Michelle is forced to learn more about herself and the world around her.

Newry, Mourne and Down District Council Chairman, Councillor Mark Murnin said, “Asperger’s affects many of our young people and this exciting play, with a riveting performance by Anna Kyle, is one not to be missed.”

For more information contact Sean Hollywood Arts Centre on 028 3031 3180.

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