An engaging one-woman monologue guiding the audience though Jane’s childhood and the legacy of her Grandmother’s toy collection. Join Jane for a journey into her childhood: innocent Christmases and school days overshadowed by her collection of possessed toys going back generations. Can Jane confront the power of the supernatural and put her ancestors’ spirits to rest?
25, 26, 27 June 2021, 18:10-19:10, £5/£8
The experience of this event takes about 15-20 minutes, travelling through the space, and starts at 10 minute intervals throughout the hour. You do not need to arrive at 6.10pm to enjoy this event.
What would Alan Sugar do if he were the last man alive? What if people stopped reproducing as a form of mass protest? And when are those killer African wasps that the tabloids keep promising us actually going to turn up? Join writer and poet Daniel Searle for an hour of original, satirical and humourous short stories looking at where we are, where we are going, and how everything might end.
25, 26, 27 June 2021, 20:00-21:00, £5/£6