Guerilla Aspies by Paul Wady

Saturday 29th April 2017, 7pm in Aphra Theatre (Buy Tickets)

£7.50, £5 Conc.  20% off when you buy tickets to three or more events.

Click here for the Guerrilla Aspies Visual Story

Paul Wady’s unique and controversial mass autism conversion show. Toured around hospitals, services and the Edinburgh and Brighton Fringes, dare you embrace the new normal? Comedy? Immersive interactive discussion? Cabaret? You decide. Participatory and only mildly erotic, you will never see autism, Asperger’s and neurodiversity the same way again. The show of the book Guerilla Aspies – a neurotypical society infiltration manual which has sold over 300 copies, paperback and Kindle.

Positive Triggers


Negative Triggers

Total Black out (audience): No

What is the audience lighting level?: Slightly dimmed

Flashing Lights or strobe: No

Loud sounds/noises (inc. music): Some music but it won’t be very loud.

Repetitive noises: No

Drums: No

High-pitched tones: Maybe within the music

Unexpected sounds (eg. Crash): No

Is there background sound/music: A little.

Interactivity and Participation

Audience invited on stage: No

Artist goes into the audience: Yes

Workshop/manual activity: NO.

Are participants required to…

Walk around: No

Undertake directed movement: Yes, Stimming

Read: Yes, my Powerpoint

Draw: No

Construct things: No

Paint: No

Sing: No

Participate in pairs or groups with others: No

Other Details:

If participants are expected to use materials (eg: markers, pencils, scissors) what are these materials: N/A

If the activity is targeted towards this demographic, is it okay for a parent or carer to support children in participation: N/A

If a child is slower in their movements than other children, is there a capacity for that child to have a turn to participate: N/A

Attention Span Information

Show duration: One hour

Is there an intermission: No

Do the audience need to sit in one place during the show: Yes

Is it okay for audience members to make a noise/move around during the show (ie: a relaxed performance): Yes

Is there an introduction and if so how long is it: No

Senses, Emotions and Effects

Does your show have any distinctive smells: No

Does your show have any other special effects (eg: smoke machine, bubbles etc): No

Does your show involve exploring any textures, and if so please specify: No

Are balloons used in your show: No

Do any of the characters in your show express anger: No

To what extent is your show dialogue driven: It is very dialogue driven.

Are there any props in the performance that you think potential audience members should know about that have not already been mentioned: No

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