The House that Jack Built is cracking up in Barnstaple
17:35 22 January 2013
Storied drama with The House that Jack Built in studio@QT on Thursday (January 24).
New Multi Story Theatre drama at the Queen’s on Thursday (January 24).
JACK the architect built the house his son lives in. His son is a worried man. He’s worried he’ll have nothing to pass onto his daughters, one of whom is missing….
The House Jack Built, a Multi Story Theatre Company production, is coming to studio@ Queen’s Theatre in Branstaple tomorrow (Thursday) at 8pm.
It seems Jack’s house is crumbling around him and there is nothing to keep the wolves from the door. Not only that but there are voices and noises, or is there someone or something hiding in the house..?
This new drama has been developed with support from North Devon Theatres, Beaford Arts and Petroc, a truly local creation that follows on from the success of Josh’s Monsters and Backward Glance.
For more information or to book tickets, call the box office on 01271 324242 or visit www.northdevontheatres.org.uk
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