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Storytelling and drama by in-situ, featuring The Demon Lover, Elizabeth Bowen’s tale of guilt and retribution (one of the greatest short stories of all time); Saki’s Gabriel-Ernest, an uncanny exploration of homoeroticism in upper-class Edwardian society; and Beatrix Potter’s Tale of Jemima Puddleduck. If you think this sounds like a children’s story, be warned that in this performance, it isn’t! The stories are combined with songs by Noel Coward, Screaming Jay Hawkins and others in a complex, provocative and fascinatingly disturbing evening’s viewing in a small atmospheric building.
in situ, Cambridge’s environmental theatre company, brings an original production developed by director Bella Stewart - ‘the ghost in me – haunted selves, lost sounds and old futures’ to be performed in the open air setting of Wandlebury Country Park.
Four days of creative workshops exploring Art Activism for young people, culminating in an outdoor performance.
Half day workshop to create characters and bring them to life through puppetry. Using mainly natural materials and lots of imagination - for unaccompanied 6-11 yrs