A unique live show combining CGI special effects, live theatre and hit music is touring county schools – designed to raise issues around mental health.
The show has been created to make difficult subjects from eating disorders and depression to stress and bullying more accessible for primary school-aged children.
Marvellous Me has been produced by not for profit arts organisation Invisible Arts using a collaboration of work from actors, set designers, graphic designers, software specialists, film makers and educational experts.
Marvellous Me is a thought-provoking journey starting with how Victorians treated mental illness through to the current issue of body image.
It will be performed at Moulton Chapel and Weston Hills primary schools on Tuesday.