Greenbelt Literature volunteer Penny Culliford is bringing her new one-act play "Warden Pie" to venues in London and Kent at the end of January.
Based on "Dark Entry: The Legend of Nell Cook" from The Ingoldsby Legends by Rev Richard H Barham, this haunting tale is set "In a dark passage near the cloisters of Canterbury Cathedral, a secret lies buried for a hundred years":
Three stonemasons arrive to work on a loose paving stone and the secret is released.
A place where evil masquerades as good, and the good are driven to evil deeds but, in the end, everyone gets their just “desserts”.
Full details are below, or check out Penny's website.
Thursday 27th January – Bar Lenuccia 148 Camberwell New Rd, London SE5 0RR (7.30pm)
Friday 28th January - Eastgate House, Rochester, Kent (7pm)
Saturday 29th January - Clocktower Pavilion, Swanley, Kent (7.30pm)
Prices are £10 full price and £8 Concessions which includes young people under 16 (the show is not suitable for young children but 12+ are welcome), students, those receiving benefits, OAPs and AWL and NLA members. Please ask when you book.
For tickets, please ring on 07812 752395 or email firstname.lastname@example.org