A November Day

from 6:00 pm until 7:00 pm

by Thingumajig Theatre.

In forgotten boxes in an attic, a woman discovers the story of her grandfather, a survivor of the First World War, and his unexpected
encounter with a stray dog who knew no boundaries.

With evocative puppet characters, live music and an ever-changing set, Thingumajig Theatre presents a timeless fable on war and the miracle of friendship when all else seems lost.

Originally created in 2008 in association with the Imperial War Museum North, the play offers a gentle, personal voice in this
year’s commemorations.

 Glasshouse Arts Centre, Friday 17th 6pm

Tickets £6/£4 concession.

Family of four £16. Suitable for ages 10 and up.

 “Vivid and affecting
remembrance comes with this deftly-crafted two-hander…”   Mary Brennan, (Glasgow) Herald.

 “Quiet, poignant, poetic, masterful.”   Eolo-Ragazzi, Turin, Italy

 “…the memories and
emotions last long after the story’s end.” 
David Lee Simmons, ArtsCriticATL.com, Atlanta, USA

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