WALDEN

Cameron Mowat can be seen in WALDEN from the 30th May – 1st June (for 6 performances only) at the Hidden Door Festival, Edinburgh.

On 4th July 1845, Henry David Thoreau walked into the woods near his hometown of Concord, Massachusetts and decided to stay. He found a spot next to a lake called Walden Pond and built a hut. For the next two years he attempted to live entirely by his own resources.

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