The Tale of Little Bevan – On Tour

Annie Grace joins the cast of The Tale of Little Bevan – a new production by Pentabus, which tours this autumn.

In a peaceful Norfolk village, three people are seeking happiness. But as the harvest moon fills and the party begins, ancient forces are brought to life. While Tony and Mike get trapped in the tunnels below the village, Gill’s plan for revenge turns sour.

A darkly comic journey through 24 hours in the life of a village called Little Bevan, this new play by Robert Alan Evans promises live music, storytelling and the spirit of a 10th-century saint.

The Tale of Little Bevan has been created in collaboration with village hall promoters and rural communities across Norfolk and Suffolk – listening to their experiences, thoughts and concerns about living in rural villages in the twenty-first century.

Runs 16 Oct – 30 Nov at various venues.

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