Heaven Eyes

4 March 2017, 19:00
Cambridge campus

a young woman and an old man, side by side, looking stunned and shocked

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Three youngsters run away from their children’s home and sail down the River Tyne on a makeshift raft. Stuck on the mudflats, they meet a strange girl who lives with an old man, Grampa. The girl has a secret only Grampa knows …. and he’s not telling.

Adapted for the stage by internationally acclaimed children’s author David Almond (Skellig, Song for Ella Grey), Heaven Eyes is a poetic and gritty story about young people trying to find their way in the world. Mysterious, exciting and humorous in equal measure, this story will touch the depth of your soul.

Théâtre Sans Frontières brings its own inimitable style of storytelling to this spellbinding and other-worldly tale.

"Almond's eerie tale is an astonishing piece of writing" - The Guardian

Recommended by the British Theatre Guide as one of the Best Family Shows in the North East of 2014.

Performed in English by a cast from the UK and Sweden and featuring original music and video.

Suitable for ages 9+

Presented by Théâtre Sans Frontières

Event Details

4 March 2017, 19:00
Cambridge campus
Mumford Theatre
Tickets: £10.00 (£8.50 concessions, £7.50 students/children) Further discounts apply for Anglia Ruskin students & staff
Book online, call the Box Office on 01223 352932 or see our booking information page for more options.
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