Mind The Gap
We decided to tell the truthful and everyday stories of learning disabled people's parenthood through a new show called Mia. Besides being entertaining, we want to tell people these hidden stories, make them aware of the ordinary lives of some extraordinary people. Mia carries hard-hitting stuff, sometimes the absurdity of reality renders us not knowing whether to laugh or cry.
In the UK mental health provision exists and yet people are being failed everyday. There is no one size fits all treatment. Each mind is unique and distinct in complexion. There are not enough resources to provide the tailored care that people require. Therein lies the problem.
Some 700,000 children in Britain are being held back in school through no fault of their own and irrespective of their ability. This isn't just wrong, it's scandalous. And we can all do something about it.
As long as there are boards to tread on both sides of the Atlantic, you can be sure a British-American theatrical exchange will be going on in New York.
The London Underground's iconic 'Mind The Gap' message could soon become 'Fuel The Gap' if sponsorship deal with an energy
Hankies at the ready - the original recording which reminded London Underground passengers to “mind the gap” is reportedly