One of Two

By Jack Hunter

A true tale of twins growing up with Cerebral Palsy. Join Jack as he squabbles and bickers with his twin sister Bec; whilst battling against societal attitudes and a troublesome tattie: Darth Tater.

One of Two is an autobiographical one-man comedy drama that focuses on the significance of human connection, and the integral effect it can have on our lives. A comedy drama, blended with spoken word, that examines institutionalised ableism and mental health.

Accessibility Week

This performance begins on the last day of Accessibility Week in the Netherlands, known as Week van de Toegankelijkheid. This week celebrates the need for more access and how everyone can participate on an equal basis. Accessibility can pay off!

We are very excited to announce that with special thanks to Gemeente Den Haag, all tickets for the first performance of One of Two on 7 October are now free. Get your ticket here.


“I regard his performance as nothing short of masterful” Ella Catherall, Neurodiverse Review

“Comes with a real confidence about what it wants to say and how it will say it” Paul Cockburn, Broadway Baby

“A captivating and funny look at different experiences of disability from an engaging performer” Natalie O’Donoghue, Broadway World

“Cheery… Compelling… a sense of purpose and political drive.” Mark Fisher, The Guardian

Dates, Venues & Tickets

Zaal 3 
De Constant Rebecqueplein 20A, 2518 RA Den Haag

7 October 2023 | 20:00 (Including Spotlight talk & Dutch Sign Language interpreter)
8 October 2023 | 14:30

Running time

60 Minutes

Ticket prices

7 October 20:00
Please note that all tickets for the 7 October performance are free!

8 October 14:30
Adults: €24
Student /CJP /Under 16/ Guide: €18,50

Recommended age 14+


Koninklijke Schouwburg has an adapted chair for wheelchair users, which can be removed if you’d prefer to sit in your own wheelchair, as well as space for a friend if you contact them in advance. They have an adapted toilet on the lower floor, which can be accessed from behind the information desk. For more questions about the accessibility of this event, please send an email to


Written & performed by Jack Hunter

Director: Robert Softley Gale

Producer: Callum Madge

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