A Little Death
November 8 @ 7:30 pm£12
“A One-Man show about Mass Hysteria!”
“It works a bit like homeopathy,” he said, “A little bit of bad news does you good.”
In April 1942, William Williams steps on a booby trap which blows off most of his toes on his left foot and leaves the edge of his shinbone looking like the surface of the Moon. On returning home he continues where he left off; he’s the local Butcher, just like his Dad before him.
But at 7 o’clock every night he entertains his children with tales of a world gone mad, a world that we would be best advised to stay away from.
In this hilarious and moving one-man musical show about mass hysteria Vic Llewellyn (The Castle Builder) explores themes of loss, hope, and the need for positive change.
By Vic Llewellyn
Songs by Kid Carpet
Directed by Tanuja Amarasuriya and Emma Williams.
Designed by Shona Reppe.
Production: Emma Bettridge & FERMENT.
“It is without doubt one of the best shows I’ve seen this year, and I can’t wait to see it again” – Exeunt Magazine.Time: 7.30pm. Show duration 55 minutesTickets: £12. Group and multi-booking ticket offers apply. Recommended age 12+Ticket offers:
Multi-Booking: Book three shows or more in a single booking and pay just £10 per ticket (Normally £12).
Family Ticket: £30 for a family of four – 2 adults and 2 kids or one adult, 3 kids. Children 2 years and under go free.
Group bookings: A free ticket for every 10 seats booked in one go for an individual show.
See individual shows for ticket offers that apply.
Please note only one discount applies per booking.