Box Office: 01379 652241



Production Company: Feast Theatre
Venue: The Corn Hall
In a house balanced on an eroding cliff in North Norfolk, local recluse Manny gets a surprise visit from his estranged sister, Jessie, whom he’s not seen for a year. She’s wildly unpredictable, searching for a long lost family secret, and has inexplicably brought along with her a petty criminal, Lee Farrier, trussed up in a sack. 

As a rising tide eats away at the foundations, it’s the sudden appearance of a local girl, Cally, arriving with a damaged reputation and an uncanny ability to read minds, that prompts all four to try and salvage something from the day before it’s too late. 
But as time runs out, a hastily reckless plan begins to fall apart, exposing the bitter truths that have brought them together, the lies they’ve told each other, and against all expectation, the strangely redemptive power that might just be buried beneath their feet.
(Feast Theatre) 'Bringing original and vibrant theatre to our region’ Eastern Daily Press 

2 hours including 20 minute interval   14yrs+

Fri 21 Jun   11am-1pm   FREE

Writing workshop 

We are delighted that Jeremy Page, the award-winning writer of Elephant, will be running a workshop to accompany the performance of his play to provide people with the opportunity to develop their skills of expression.

The focus will be on listening to the experiences of coastal and rural living, and the stories that might arise from it, to explore themes from the play, and how the distinct East Anglian landscape can lend itself to shaping a unique sense of voice and character. 

This is a wonderful opportunity. To book your place CLICK HERE.

If you have access issues, please contact the Box Office on 01379 652241 to complete your booking. This will enable us to ensure that your visit is as comfortable and safe as possible. For fire safety reasons mobility scooters are not permitted in the Auditorium and we are limited on the number of wheelchairs we can accommodate at a performance. For this reason, wheelchair spaces should be reserved in advance to avoid disappointment.