The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Arts: May 2016
This is a play like no other — The Company of Wolves — based on the stories by Angela Carter takes you on a 2.5 mile stroll, or a 5 mile run, through Delamere Forest as the hunt begins ... however, stray from the path for one instant and the wolves will eat you!
Coming to Delamere Forest on the 5th, 6th and 7th May.
Angela Carter's classic tale has been adapted by Burn the Curtain Theatre Company to be a promenade theatre adventure for runners and walkers.
Join Burn the Curtain in the theatrical re-telling of this dark and mysterious modern classic. We need you to run or walk with us. To help us sniff out those who have been born feet first, to hunt those who are hairy on the inside ...
In a tiny village on the edge of the mountains, a young girl puts on her red shoes and cloak, and heads into the forest alone, watched by unseen eyes. As the shadows lengthen, she begins to run...
Save 10% on Adult tickets for groups containing five or more Adults.
Performance starts at 8.00pm and lasts up to 2.5 hours.
The route will be 2.5 miles for walkers and 5 miles for runners and the tale will be be performed along the way. Come prepared for physical activity.
Recommended age for children is 8 and above.
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