"I Could Be Anyone"

The play, performance ethnography, sees the protagonist growing up in a prodigiously academic environment as a chronic dyslexic, when the word for the most part didn’t exist. Being dyslexic, or as he is led to believe a thick and stupid slag, isn’t an entirely negative affair. 

On the contrary, being marginalised to the outside lane holds him in good 
stead and leads him up a very different path, hosted with some extremely 
rich pickings, a torch of royal shenanigans and what he believes are some 
deeply profound insights into the playground of human kind. 

The poster for the play can be seen here