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The boy who dreamed only ice

"Imagine you're a twelve-year-old boy. You've just moved to an English seaside town... One day you wake up and discover that an iceberg- the size of five football fields has drifted into the bay...."

This storytelling performance combines a modern day fable with four traditional tales of indigenous Arctic peoples. It is a creative response to the 2012 record breaking melting of Arctic sea ice, created and performed by Tim Padmore and the Gearshift Theatre.
The play is touring across the country throughout August - from Yorkshire to London. Check out the Facebook page to see when the tour is near you.

Location: 
Birstall Library WF17 9EN
United Kingdom
Date: 
Monday, August 12, 2013
Time: 
19:30

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