Boy wants to be bad like the rest.
Dad wants the best for the Boy.
Man wants the Boy to do what’s best.
A lyrical tussle of will and minds.

Hugely succesful at the Edinburgh fringe, Mad About The Boy is a timely, urgent, razor-sharp drama that sees a teenage boy fighting to save his reputation, torn between the influence of his family, his friends and his school.

Questioning where responsibility lies, Mad About The Boy explores the growing divide between the generations who gave, those who earned, and those who demand respect.

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