Everything Has Changed
Smart, sensitively handled and – crucially – a lot of fun
A joyful, kaleidoscopic family show about change, why change happens – and how we can deal with it.
The world has ever so slightly shifted. Things are… different, and no one else has noticed. Time feels strange and no one day is the same.
Wait. Was that an actual zebra crossing the zebra crossing?
In a show that combines humour, physical theatre and spoken word elements, young people are encouraged to reflect on recent years and share their hopes for the future.
Created by award-winning theatre company Rhum + Clay, made in consultation with a child psychologist and children across London.
Created by Rhum + Clay, commissioned and co-produced by New Diorama Theatre and supported by British Land and Camden Council
a delightful production that delivers an important message about our planet
Need to know
For ages 6 – 11
The performance at 11.30am on Friday 17 February is British Sign Language interpreted (BSL).
To book tickets for BSL interpretation, call our Ticket Office on 020 3879 9555 or email [email protected].
Imagine Children’s Festival is a Relaxed festival. All performances have a relaxed approach to noise and movement in the space, and you are free to enter and exit during the performances. A chill-out space and noise-cancelling headphones are available for both adults and children.
Children aged 18 months and under who can sit on an adult's lap do not need a ticket.
Please note that haze is used during this performance.
Dates & times
17th February at 11.30am & 2.30pm, 18th February at 11.30am
Adult £12, Child £9
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Our address is: Southbank Centre, Belvedere Road, London SE1 8XX. The nearest tube and train stations within 5-7 minutes walk are Waterloo (Northern, Bakerloo, Jubilee and Waterloo & City lines) and Embankment (District & Circle lines). There are also lots of bus routes with stops 2-5 minutes from our venues. For more information on getting here by road, rail or river.
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If you don't receive your e-ticket
Your e-ticket will be sent to you seven days before the event date from [email protected]. If you don't receive your e-ticket, and it's not in your junk or spam folder, please get in touch.
Find out all you need to know about tickets, including concessions, group bookings, returns, credit vouchers and more, via the link below.
An accessible toilet is located in the foyer.
A Changing Places toilet is located on Level 1 Royal Festival Hall next to the JCB Glass Lift, for the exclusive use of disabled people who need personal assistance to use the toilet.
The facility includes a height-adjustable bench, tracking hoist system, a centrally-placed toilet, a height-adjustable basin and a shower. The key for this room is available from the Welcome Hub on Level 2, Royal Festival Hall. The facility is open daily 10am – 11pm.
The Queen Elizabeth Hall and Purcell Room cloakroom is closed. You won’t be able to bring any bags over 40 x 25 x 25cm into the venues, so please leave large bags at home.
Please note that we're unable to accept cash payments across our site.
Purcell Room is located in Queen Elizabeth Hall. For step-free access please use Royal Festival Hall JCB glass lift to Level 2 and enter via Riverside Terrace.
Talk to a member of staff at the auditorium entrance if you have a disability that means you can’t queue, or you need extra time to take your seat. They can arrange priority entry for you as soon as the doors open.