A super happy story about feeling sad

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a super happy story about feeling sad

A Super Happy Story by Jon Brittain

A fun, silly and sad show for anyone whose brain isnt always on their side. Sallys a happy person. She doesnt let little things get her down and almost never cries. But shes got an illness. It makes her feel like she isnt the person she wants to be....But she doesnt want anyone to know about it. Written by Olivier Award-winner Jon Brittain with original music by Matthew Floyd Jones this new musical comedy mixes storytelling, live music and sketch comedy.
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What is it? A musical comedy that is super happy, super exciting story except for all the bits about depression. What's it all about? Sally Madelaine MacMahon is going to change the world! And on the evening of her sixteenth birthday not a minute before or after it feels like everything is falling into place. However, even as the lead singing of her favourite band asks her to dance on stage, as well as finally talking to the one guy she has had a crush on for ages, Sally feels that something is not right. Everything inside her is going wrong and she can't understand why.

Welcome to the Itinerary Planner. Use this tool to build your own journey or choose from an exciting range of specially selected tours. To build your own Itinerary, click to add an item to your Itinerary basket. A hilarious cabaret musical about depression, that explains, sings, and throws glitter about how it's OK not to be OK. Sally's a happy person. She doesn't let little things get her down and almost never cries.

Please note that ebooks are subject to tax and the final price may vary depending on your country of residence. A fun, silly and sad show for anyone whose brain isn't always on their side. 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.

Review of A Super Happy Story (About Feeling Really Sad), starring Madeline MacMahon. Playing at venues across the UK until 14 November.
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In little over an hour, Sally Madeleine MacMahon talks us through her longstanding battle with depression. The only child of absent parents, she begins the show with immense confidence and a desire to change the world. - A Super Happy Story About Feeling Super Sad the multi award-winning cabaret musical about depression will have an extended London run after a sold-out Edinburgh Festival Fringe run, a successful national tour and a critically acclaimed stint at Vaults Festival. Written by writer for Netflix's The Crown and Olivier award winner Jon Brittain Rotterdam, Margaret Thatcher Queen of Soho with music by Matthew Floyd Jones Frisky and Mannish , the show is a joyful, buoyant, gleeful, slightly silly, sugar coated, unrelenting and completely super happy show.

And that matters. This is a show that feels thoroughly genuine. It hugs you close. And our journalism is invested in supporting theatre and the performing arts. The Stage is a family business, operated by the same family since we were founded in We do not receive government funding.

Jon Brittain and Matthew Floyd Jones ' musical could leave the most stoical theatre goer a quivering jelly on the floor. Its power is that it creates gusts of laughter and affection for the central character Sally, endearingly portrayed by Madeline MacMahon, before laying her suicide attempt out in graphic detail. Sally is a typically effervescent twenty-something, taking on demeaning jobs like charity mugging in animal costumes and looking for direction. Her best friend, the dorky Meatloaf fan Toby Ed Yelland, also brilliant is a caring sidekick, until it's clear that her bipolar condition is spiralling out of control and he is pushed away. Floyd Jones' songs are, as with his work with Frisky and Mannish , spiky pop gems, avoiding the happy-clappy, exposition-heavy trappings of typical stage school cast musicals.

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