Pass It On

Created by the Young Company & Katie Greenall
A Bush Community Production from the 14-17 Bush Young Company
World Premiere

Our 14-17 Young Company returns with a brand-new production co-created with director Katie Greenall.

The 14-17 Bush Young Company has some things they want to teach you. Strap in for a whirlwind journey through learning everything you were never taught but really want to know.

Whether it’s learning to ballroom dance like a pro on Strictly, doing close-up magic better than Penn & Teller, or just the impossible task of folding a fitted sheet, Pass It On is about life lessons big and small.

We all sit through the same classes, leaf through the same textbooks, being told what we should learn. But when you’re approaching adulthood, suddenly you realise all the things that have fallen between the gaps.

Join us for a joyful and powerful exploration of the things we know, the things we wish we’d learnt and things we can’t wait to teach you. Our young company returns to our main stage following the success of last summer’s HORIZON.

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