A brand new play is being performed at Woodbridge Library in May – part of a national tour by the Bristol-based group Librarian Theatre. The play is a dramatisation of the Quentin Blake book The Green Ship and is on for one evening only: Saturday 18th May at 6.30pm.
The Green Ship is a heart-warming story about childhood, growing up, the desire for adventure and the power of the imagination. The characters Alice and George are adults but they become their younger selves as they relate the story. Whilst on a family holiday the two siblings climb over a neighbour’s wall and discover a huge ship made out of trees and bushes. They soon befriend old Mrs Tredegar, the landowner and ship’s captain. Throughout the summer they sail the seven seas together, visiting exotic places and having thrilling adventures.
Librarian Theatre is a not for profit company which supports libraries and communities by creating innovative plays specially tailored to be performed among the bookshelves. This promises to be a magical hour’s entertainment.
Tickets are £7 for adults and £3 for children and can be purchased at
www.thegreenship.co.uk or in person at the Library.