'They call me witch. A teeth-gnasher. A shape-shifter. When a man says a woman turns into a hare, it means she were too quick for him!' Based on a 19th century Sussex tale, this piece of feminist folk-horror explores themes of female sexuality, ageing and loss as kinds of alchemy. 'Magical storytelling and a poetic serenity in the face of the dark... such gentleness of spirit, and a tender regard for difference and solitude. It’s another gem' (FringeReview.co.uk). 'It’s as tough and tender as old barley with a dash of the ineffable. Top class theatre!' (BrightonSource.co.uk).
Event Tags: folk, new writing Warnings: Scenes of a Sexual Nature