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Land Lines: live readings of countryside stories

Date :
October 12, 2024 7:00 pm

End Date :

Address :
St Cuthbert's Church, Elsdon

Price :
£7.50 plus booking fee

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The Border Readers are back with another series of captivating tales, beautifully told in an atmospheric setting

Sit back and soak up the atmosphere as professional actors The Border Readers share five spellbinding short stories, all with a rural setting. This intimate listening experience in historic St Cuthbert’s Church is suitable for everyone aged 11 and over.

How I learnt to be a real countrywoman by Deborah MoggachIncomer Ruthie’s conservation campaign lights up her life and love.

Protection by Helen DunmoreHow far will Florence go to protect her family?

In the author’s footsteps by Adam ThorpeThe ultimate rambling misadventure.

Leap of faith by Elsdon writer Jo ScottSparks fly when boy meets girl on midsummer’s eve.

Blue by Tim PearsThere’s life after death as Joseph sees family and farm afresh.

The evening starts at 7pm and will last about two hours, including an interval. Your ticket price includes light refreshments.

Check out The Border Readers website for more information about the readers and writers:

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