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West Deeping Village Hall

Postcode: PE6 9HP

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Honey

Show Details

Presented by Reaction Theatre Makers

Performance date and time
Saturday, 13th October 2018
7:30 PM

An intimate, thoughtful, atmospheric evocation of fragile family and community allegiances within a remote Welsh village. Tracing the lives of a young autistic man, his absentee soldier father, his alcoholic beekeeper mother and her tattoo artist sister, at the heart of the drama is a story of family - family fragmented, family struggling, and finally family rebuilding.

And woven throughout is the on-stage stitching of a honeycombed quilt, a beautiful original folk music soundtrack and stunning choreography. A strong story, gently told and laced with gentle humour. Swarm to see it.

Produced in association with the Live & Local DART programme (developing artists for rural touring). Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.

'There is a warm, golden glow about this show.' BBC Radio 4

'A small tale lyrically told and beautifully performed, with a big message.' Hereford Times

'Reaction Theatre Makers' work comes with much artistry.' Theatre Wales

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Performer's website
www.reactiontheatremakers.com/

Running time
120 min + interval

Audience Type
Adults/Family

Age Range
9+

Ticket Prices
£10.00 Standard / £6.00 Under 16

Other Ticket Information
Doors open 7pm.

Main Box Office Telephone Number
01778 380 197

Available From
westdeepingtickets@gmail.com or call 01778 380 197

Additional Information
Please bring your own refreshments

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This performance is supported by:

Arts Council, England