Don't Stop Thinking About Tomorrow STOP PRESS... Don't Stop Thinking About Tomorrow has been nominated for an Off West End Theatre Award in the Best Production for Young People (13+) category! Following last year’s triumphant Blowin’ in the Wind, which drew together themes and ideas of protest and political unrest, Chickenshed is this year proud to present a powerful new musical addressing the issues of man-made climate change. With an engaging and intriguing central narrative, the creative team have combined theatre, new and original music and dance to forge a thought-provoking and fascinating piece that will thrill audiences old and young. Lou Stein is directing this piece and says “Scientists have had their go at bringing to our minds the global effects of not caring for our earth. It is now up to artists to touch our hearts and bring the issue closer home.” Audience reactions to Don't Stop Thinking About Tomorrow... 'The show had clearly put its point across but ended on a high without losing the point it had been making.''Loved the finale with everyone on stage - exuberant!''As always loved the diverse cast, the creativity, originality and high standard.''Phenomenal cast! Great narratives and direction.''Excellent, inclusive, thought provoking, amazing piece of theatre.' BOOK NOW Click on any image above to see more photos from Don't Stop Thinking About Tomorrow Reviews 'Sheer passion-fuelled performances and well-devised content, this casts’ ability to bring forth such light through their inclusive, supportive, empowering nature and mesmerising talent, is nothing less than overwhelming.' ***** Excellent, The Dance Review 'Affecting and ambitious musical that makes impressive use of Chickenshed's inclusive ensemble.' **** The Stage 'A powerful piece of theatre combining music and movement.' **** Spy in the Stalls 'The company’s young cast is brilliant, with some stunning dance and vocal skills.' **** Theatre Bubble 'Chickenshed never cease to amaze it’s audience with the outstanding level of professionalism behind their performance work.' **** London Theatre 1 'There is an overwhelming joy to the whole production. There is a spontaneity on stage that cannot help the viewer smile.' *** Close Up Culture 'A stunning production with a powerful message.' Bambos Charalambous MP for Enfield Southgate 'A great night out and a great message, save the planet. Singing, dancing, story telling – no one does it better!' Joan Ryan MP for Enfield North Seen the show? Let us know what you thought! SHOW Feedback Ticket Information Preview (8 Mar) - Stalls £12.50 (£7.50 concs) | Gallery £5Off Peak Matinee & Evening - £17.50 (£12.50 concs) | Gallery £10Peak Matinee & Evening - £20 (£15 concs) | Gallery £10 Ages 13-25 | £5 | Subject to availability Ages 8+ Running Time Approx. 90 minutes, with no interval Access Performances Sign Interpreted Performance: Thursday 22 March at 7pmCaptioned Performance: Friday 23 March at 7pmAudio Described: Tuesday 27 March at 7pm Spring Offer Book for two of the following shows and get 10% off your ticket prices, or book for all three and get an amazing 20% off! Shows include: monolog (6 Feb – 3 Mar), Don’t Stop Thinking About Tomorrow (8 – 31 Mar) and One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (17 Apr – 12 May). Bookings can be made by phone or online and the discount will be added as appropriate once you’ve selected your seats for each show.