Stage version of Jacqueline Wilson’s Tracy Beaker at Cambridge Junction, Sunday, June 10

PUBLISHED: 10:04 30 May 2018 | UPDATED: 10:04 30 May 2018

Tracy Beaker is at Cambridge Junction

Tracy Beaker is at Cambridge Junction


Tracy Beaker Gets Real, based on the book by Jacqueline Wilson about a little girl growing up in care, is at Cambridge Junction on Sunday, June 10.

We join Tracey aged 14 as she returns to the “Dumping Ground” and looks back on the last four years of her life from being fostered and dumped and fostered again. When Tracy’s mum unexpectedly reappears in her life, Tracy hopes her years of being passed around like a parcel are over. but she soon comes to realize that the people she has always tried to push away are the ones she really needs the most.

Tracy has been described as Little Orphan Annie for the Asbo generation, aggressive but lovable with a sequence of failed foster relationships, who is repeatedly sent back to the care home she calls “the dumping ground”.

Show at 4pm. Tickets £10, concessions £6 from 01223 511511 or


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