Kindle’ is a show performed by Almanac Theatre Company at Stockland Village Hall on Saturday 3rd of June at 7.30pm.Suitable 15yrs+
Written by Devon playwright and performer Hattie Collins, Kindle is a captivating piece of new writing exploring modern rural community, climate change, and the impacts of the ever-rising cost of living. This is a slick, intelligent production with three strong female performers.
Heather, Holly and their mum Angela, a close-knit family from Devon struggle to run a rural petrol station. And when Holly finally returns home from the city, she discovers a shattered version of the village she left behind…
This show is brought to Stockland courtesy of the Devon arts charity ‘Villages in Action’ and tickets may be bought from their website https://villagesinaction.co.uk/ Tickets are £12 adult or £8 under 25.
Stick around after the show for a free and informal creative writing workshop based around the themes of the play, whatever you create could form part of a short, illustrated film that will be screened later in the year