New Play For Young People by Hawk’s Well Artist In Residence Miriam Needham
As part of the Hawk’s Well Artist in Residence programme, Miriam Needham presents a work-in-progress reading of her new play for young people.
‘Anna Adrift’ is a play about throwing sticks into rivers, getting lost in familiar places, and believing in things even when you can’t see them anymore. Following the reading, Mark Ball of Super Paua will facilitate a feedback session with the audience. We welcome any children over 7 and their adults to join us for this sharing.
A rehearsed reading of a new play for young people by Miriam Needham
This event will take place in Hawk's Well Theatre Foyer.
Please note, in line with new Government guidelines, adults (over 18s) will be required to present proof of vaccination/recovery and valid ID for entry. Due to COVID safety and social distancing requirements, audience capacity for this event is reduced. The seats on sale for this event are in family pods of 2, 3 or 4 people. Please note that for those aged over 18, wearing of mask/face covering is compulsory at all times inside the building. Please read our new Covid-19 Guidelines before you arrive.