Rise of the Shadow Stealers

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Fletcher and Scoop go to a school for Story Characters. The trouble is, they can’t remember their own beginnings. As they search for their missing memories, they become entangled in the tale of the mysterious Storyteller, embarking on a quest that leads them through the shadow to the heart of creation itself.

This remarkable new adaptation for family audiences, based on the original book by Knaresborough-based author Daniel Ingram-Brown, explores themes of identity and home. Playful and sensory, using puppetry, music and mime, this adventure story will enthrall audiences of all ages.

 

Dates

Sat 27 October, 6pm
Starbeck Methodist Church, Harrogate
http://www.starbeckmethodistchurch.org.uk for more info

Wed 31 October, 6pm
Central Library & Archives, Halifax

Fri 2 November, 2pm
Pickering Library

Sat 3 November, 2.30pm and 6pm
Holy Trinity Church (Community Hall),
Meanwood, Leeds
http://www.interact.uk.net or 07961 535 767 for more info

Family Ticket deals available
Tickets for Starbeck and Holy Trinity Church may also be available locally, see more info

For ages 7 – 11         Running time: 2 hours (approx, incl. interval)

 

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‘Highly inventive… impossible not to like’ Yorkshire Post, on Miss Dotty’s Specs

‘Rollicking adventure’ Juno Magazine, on the Rise of the Shadow Stealers novel

‘Delightful…beautifully built world… thrilling quest’ Miss Literati on Rise of the Shadow Stealers novel

 

Find out more about The Firebird Chronicles books by visiting the website here: www.danielingrambrown.co.uk

Check out photos from rehearsals, the design process and the puppet making process here:
Puppets - Grizelda & Knot              Designing Rise of the Shadow Stealers             In rehearsal - the cast of Rise of the Shadow Stealers

Directed by Daniel Ingram-Brown. Adapted for the stage by Paul Birch. Cast includes Lynsey Jones, Richard Priestly and Tom Jackson. Designed by Lauren Connolly and Hannah Sibai.

With support from: Arts Council England, Greenbelt Trust, Leeds Big Bookend, North Yorkshire County Council Libraries, Frazer Theatre, Carriageworks Theatre, Starbeck Community Library, Knaresborough Library, Harrogate Theatre, CAST Doncaster, and The Civic Barnsley

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