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A feminist folk-horror based on an old Sussex tale of shapeshifting, and exploring female sexuality, ageing and loss as kinds of alchemy. “When a man says a woman turns into a hare, it means she were too quick for him!” By award-winning writer Sam Chittenden.

“Like an intimate production of a National Theatre play.” Fringe Review

Click here to access the synopsis and glossary (available during the Festival).

Join Sam at the Live at Lunch – Storytelling and biography in theatre and spoken word event.


Available to view via this page:

  • From: Friday, 17th July 2020
  • Start Time: 20:30
  • To: Monday, 31st August 2020
  • End Time: 23:59
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Mike Facherty
Mike Facherty
4 months ago

Tried to download the synopsis and glossy but can’t fine the link? It’s probably me!

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