But what happens when those dreams don’t become reality?
Set across three decades, from 1997’s Cool Britannia to today’s Brexit Britain, this is multi-award winning gig theatre that mixes original live music from James Frewer with bold new writing by Luke Barnes.
It’s a story about the world we inherited and the one we’re leaving behind. It’s the story of a million beating hearts. And an asteroid with other plans.
A thoroughly current, and surprisingly poignant rallying cry for more compassion and love as the antidote against the coarsening of society
Middle Child's gig-theatre show is an invigorating call to arms at the Edinburgh Fringe
The direction is fantastic, the design is fantastic, the music is fantastic and the performances are fantastic
All We Ever Wanted is just stunning: down-to-earth and yet brilliantly ambitious
A rocking rollercoaster ride through the last 30 years in Britain
Despite some pumping musical accompaniment, a rather substance-free meditation on notions of success and failure, loosely structured within a wider socio-political framework
Enough heart and passion to sink a battleship, but for a play that attests to celebrate ordinary people, it doesn’t half beat them for being ordinary