The performances will take place from 23rd to Sunday 25th September and Friday 30th to Sunday 2nd October, 2011. Through 2010 Terry went back and forth across the country, visiting literary festivals and schools, reading extracts on local and national radio, promoting it.
Two of these boys desperately sought to win female attentions in a song-and-dance-off for the girls (also played by boys, with handbags, bows and giggles).
One offered himself with twirls and beseechings to the love ballads of Enrique Iglesias, Elton John, Take That, and others, but his efforts were repeatedly interrupted by the less euphemistic come-hithers of his rival, who stalked and thrusted with an outrageous knowingness to Justin Timberlake, Dizzee Rascal, and Arctic Monkeys.
Audiences of , though, need not have concerned themselves with the archetypal or the predictable.
The achievement of this dance piece, devised by its cast of 15- and 16-year-old boys, was to find a way through this familiar territory which both allowed the audience to recognise the experiences of male adolescence it portrayed, while avoiding the pitfalls of cliché.
Cathy Olliver, prosecuting, said the undercover officer had entered a a "teen" chatroom, for those aged between 13 and 19, when he was contacted by a user called AP16MUK - standing for Andrew Picard, aged 16, male, from the UK.
Picard messaged the undercover officer, asking: "Do you want to see pics of boys and girls your age, nude?
"His IP address led police to Eton school in Berkshire where staff were able to identify him as a pupil," Ms Olliver said.
"He was arrested from school on suspicion of distributing indecent photographs of children." Picard, now 18, admitted one count of possessing indecent pictures of children, one count of making indecent pictures of children and eight counts of distributing indecent photos or recordings of a child.
Ms Olliver added: "There are aggravating features, the children are very young, in obvious pain and distress, and the number of photographs distributed." Picard shut his eyes as Judge Peter Ross described some of the Category A material found in his possession.