A Hundred Words for Snow

Theatre (drama, comedy)

Description

'It's a bit weird to be sitting at the Arctic Circle chatting to a fit boy with your dad's ashes in your backpack.' Rory's dad was an explorer. Not literally, he was a geography teacher. But inside he was Bear Grylls. A teenage girl journeys to the North Pole with her father's ashes. A comic, complex, epic, undulating story that pitches themes of death and rebirth against a shifting backdrop of climate change, geography and exploration. A coming-of-age story with polar bears. Amateur production of Tatty Hennessy's moving play by arrangement with Nick Hern Books.

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Elizabeth Parkin 41 days ago

A very moving, tender and heart warming tale. I really enjoyed the performance.


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