produced by blackshaw theatre company
“Sea-eagle to coot, come in please, can you hear me? Over.”
“Yes, yes, bloody yes!”
Rucksacks…Check. Walkie-Talkies…Check. Hip flask…Check. Gun…gun?!
Ruminating on the local myth of ghostly dog 'Black Shuck', two (inept) would-be smugglers await a shipment on the Norfolk Coast. Join us, where comedy meets horror in this hour-long new play by Duncan Hands.
"a brilliantly written short piece...Rachel Nott is amazing...Art is played wonderfully by Alexander Pankhurst...A very enjoyable hour with a very entertaining script and very talented actors. Well worth a watch." * * * * London Theatre 1
"The chemistry of Nott and Pankhurst...make this thoroughly entertaining to watch...a taut play that manages to walk the tightrope of genres but playing to the strength of all" * * * * Female Arts
“great dynamic…definitely worth seeing, a funny & wonderfully unique story” London Theatre Reviewer
“engaging and dynamic…boundless energy and spirit…a little bit silly, a little bit scary and thoroughly worth a watch!”
Alexander Pankhurst - Art
Rachel Nott - Martha
For more information and backstage insights, head to www.blackshawonline.com
Tuesday 11 - Saturday 15th October at 7pm
tickets £12.00 (concessions £10.00)
Latecomers will not be admitted