The Super Special Disability Roadshow The Super Special Disability Roadshow

The Super Special Disability Roadshow

  • Theatre
  • Online Event
  • Family
  • Musical
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Watch this show online from Thu 10 March, 8.00pm – Sun 27 March, 11.59pm

What’s it like to be disabled in 2022?

Find out in this hilarious, heart-warming and delightfully honest multimedia show, presented online, for all ages. Embracing the digital era, Rob and Sal are testing out a new, high-tech version of their roadshow, which teaches audiences what it’s like for disabled people in today’s world. All seems to be going well for the two hosts...until the younger crew sets them straight!

Drawing on stories and experiences of disabled children and adults, this rousing musical show explores what it means to be disabled and how different generations of disabled people feel about their identities.
A smart, energising and nuanced experience – perfect for anyone eager to grow their understanding and explore how we talk about disability.

Recommended for 8+

This production was originally recorded in the United Kingdom and is interpreted in British Sign Language. Closed Captions are automatically available on this stream. Audio description is also available. Please get in touch with our Access & Inclusion Coordinator if you have any questions about BSL interpretation and this production:

Streaming only available in NZ


Live online panel discussion about The Super Special Disability Roadshow
Tue 1 March, 8pm – 9.00pm, live streamed on PANNZ YouTube Channel. 
Individual $20
Group $45
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Online Digital Stage

We are using Vidzing to present our Online Digital Stage.

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4 Stars

“Robert Softley Gale and his brilliant co-creator – composer, songwriter and pianist Sally Clay – continue the exploration of the changing politics of disability that Birds of Paradise began, in rousing style, with their 2018 Fringe hit musical My Left Right Foot.”

4 Stars

“A warm and funny experience that achieves what all the best theatre does: open a window on other lives”

The Independent on BoP’s Purposeless Movements

“… a collision of memories, bickering, songs, animations, jokes and serious commentary.”

Mark Fisher, The Guardian


  • Robert Gale
  • Joe Douglas
  • Sally Clay
AV Design
  • Lewis den Hertog
Set & Costume Design
  • Ali Maclaurin
BSL Interpreter
  • Natalie MacDonald
Audio Describer
  • Emma-Jane McHenry
Sound Design & Production
  • Novasounda
  • Robert Gale
  • Sally Clay
  • Oona Dooks
  • Oliver Martindale
Production Manager
  • Niall Black
Stage Manager
  • Avalon Hernandez
Deputy Stage Manager
  • Siobhán Scott
Executive Producer
  • Mairi Taylor
  • Michelle Rolfe
Film Makers
  • Urban Croft
  • Niall Walker
  • ‘Super Special Disability Road Show’ by Birds of Paradise
  • originally commissioned by Imaginate
  • Back Stage Images by Katerina Barvirova


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