A Little Death
“A One-Man show about Mass Hysteria!!!”
In April 1942, William Williams steps on a booby trap which blows off most of his toes on his left foot and leaves the edge of his shinbone looking like the surface of the Moon. On returning home he continues where he left off; he’s the local Butcher, just like his Dad before him. But at 7 O clock every night he entertains his children with tales of a world gone mad, a world that we would be best advised to stay away from.
In this one man show about mass hysteria Vic Llewellyn (The Castle Builder) explores themes of loss, hysteria and the need for positive change.
Suitable for age 12+
Duration: 55 minutes
“Hilarious, tender, moving, beautifully written, beautifully crafted, bonkers, odd, impressionistic. A crazy journey about love death, grief, nostalgia, time, belonging and being a man (really, all that!) […] It has the biggest heart of any show I’ve seen in years.” – Lucy Catherine (Gudrun- BBC, Stan Lees’ LUCKY MAN -Netflix)
Regrettably the venue is not accessible with a wheelchair due to stepped access.