Directed by Amanda Wilsher
Performed by Clare Plested and Adam Brown
Written by Clare Plested, Adam Brown and Amanda Wilsher
Designed by James Lewis
Original Musical Score by Paul Herbert
Lighting Design by Nick Flintoff
Sound Design by David Clarke
Commissioned by The Wales Millennium Centre
and supported by the Arts Council England.
Government figures show that an astonishing 250,000 people fled Britain last year. 249,999 went to New Zealand . . . One went to the Isle of Sambuca.
Stacey - a geography teacher - quits Britain to escape the country’s fanatical adherence to Health and Safety rules.
Despite her geographical training, she finds herself in a hot and sweaty jungle, lost and unable to read a map.
Ditching the Dorothy Perkins trousers, she builds a new life able to survive anything - except the arrival of Michael - a Health and Safety officer from Hampshire County Council.
Together they embark on an epic jungle adventure, meeting other ex-pats each with their own good reason for escaping Blighty.
Critically acclaimed international comedy theatre company - Plested and Brown - present Health and Stacey. It’s an accident waiting to happen.