Lively and imaginative, Zoe is an only child with a gift for daydreaming. Her world is her room, her cabin, a forest, and a family of wolves…
Described as “a cracking theatrical experience” by the Sunday Independent, Zoe’s Play explores that transitional period between childhood and adulthood when a child struggles to be heard; a time when the consequences of grown-up actions clash fiercely with the desire to retain the idealism of childhood.
“held its audience captivated and speechless” Evening Herald
Dates & Times: Sat 9th Mar: 2pm, 4pm; Sun 10th Mar: 4pm; Sat 16th & Bank Holiday Mon 18th Mar: 2pm, 4pm;
Easter Holidays: Sat 23rd & Sun 24th Mar: 2pm, 4pm; Tue 26th-Thu 28th Mar: 2pm, 4pm; Sat 30th & Sun 31st Mar: 4pm, 7pm
Autism Friendly Performance: Sun 10 Mar: 12pm