A giant outdoor theatre event for the whole family, Mind The Gap & Walk The Plank

Sarah is currently composing for this epic outdoor show combining a rich soundtrack, choir and soundscapes.

When Eva was born, her mother wasn’t prepared for what was coming next.

Eva is no ordinary baby. Eva is a giant threat to society.

The army is called; the world’s media descend on the UK; there are protests and placards, opinions and destruction.

And there is Zara, her mother.

A mother who will defend the child she loves with all her might.

A mother against the world.

A Mind the Gap and Walk the Plank co-production: Zara is a giant outdoor theatre event for the whole family. Director Joyce Nga Yu Lee

Piece-Hall-HalifaxZARA will be taking over the courtyard of the stunning, recently refurbished Piece Hall in Halifax on 19 & 20 April 2019.

9pm (doors, 6pm).

Tickets: Courtyard: £8 or £28 for four people / Balcony: £12.


ZARA will be appearing at Geraldine Mary Harmsworth Park, Home of Imperial War Museum, London on 10 & 11 May 2019. 9pm (doors, 7pm).




Mind-the-Gap_Zara_Partner_Logo_BBMind the Gap is one of Europe’s leading learning disability theatre companies.



Walk-the-Plank_Zara_Partner_Logo_BBWalk the Plank one of the UK’s leading outdoor arts companies



EEA_Zara_Partner_Logo_BBEmergency Exit Arts (EEA) is one of the UK’s pioneering outdoor arts companies



Illuminos_Zara_Logo_BBIlluminos’ work is a fusion of the digital with the public realm



RHUOL_Zara_Partner_Logo_GBDr Kate Theodore has been the lead research partner on the project. She is a clinical psychologist and lecturer who works in the Psychology department at Royal Holloway, University of London.