What's the play about?
Two brothers, Tucky and Nathan grow up on the banks of Breydon Water alongside tomboy, Eliza. The three of them are inseparable. As they grow older the inevitable happens and both the boys fall for her. But tragedy tears the trio apart and years later it is time to discover the truth of what really happened…
Who's it by?
Playwright Tony Ramsay. You may recognise him from his previous Eastern Angles shows, The Long Life & Great Good Fortune of John Clare, Bentwater Roads and The Anatomist. The play will be directed by Scott Hurran, music by Chris Warner, designed by Jasmine Swan and movement by Simon Carroll-Jones.
When and where is it touring?
From 20th March - 1st June we will be touring all over the East of England. We will be visiting 41 venues over 5 counties. See the full tour list here.
There will be a special site-specific performance at the end of May too! We can reveal it will be on the Broads with more details to be published online soon. Follow and Like us on Facebook, Twitter and our News Feed for up-to-date information.
Are venues accessible?
Most venues have wheelchair access. Please ring before booking to ensure you have the correct seats for the performance.
An induction loop for the hearing impaired is available on request – please ring 01473 211498.
Is there a BSL performance?
Yes - the British Sign Language performance will be on Wednesday 1st May at 7.45pm at Sir John Mills Theatre, Ipswich. For further assistance and to book the best seats for this performance, do ring Box Office on 01473 211498 (Mon-Fri, 10am-2pm) or email us.
Anything else we should know?
Eastern Angles are excited to be working with the Broads Authority on the Water, Mills and Marshes project, funded through the Heritage Lottery Fund. This fantastic project will run until December 2022 offering people a whole range of events and activities designed to explore and celebrate the incredible Broads National Park landscape and through drama to ask questions about its sustainability. To find out more on the project, click here to Water, Mills and Marshes website.
The show is sponsored by Greater Anglia.