This collection of 20 poems was originally being sold to raise money for us to take The Duck to Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2020. With most of our June tour-dates already having been cancelled to protect our audience in these difficult times, we still have costs to pay and no income for the foreseeable future.
You can also now download a copy of Rhi Lloyd-Williams, the writer of The Duck, reading the play. Click on the link below for more details.
These are hard times for everyone and our main concern is the health and wellbeing of our audience. Please do not spend anything you cannot afford to part with, but if you do want to support our work and make sure that The Duck is able to swim again, then any donation or purchase means the world to us.
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As ever, thank you so much for all your support and belief in our work. When all this is over we are sure the Arts will bloom once again. Until then, stay safe and enjoy this video of Rhi, recorded before the pandemic was declared for our Edinburgh Fringe Crowdfunder! It already feels very long ago.
Rhi has been writing poetry since she was old enough to string a sentence together. She has put together this special collection of poems especially for The Duck.
It includes her poem, ‘The Duck’ as well as others that illustrate what her autism means to her and how it connects her to the world.