Notes from a Small Island
Winning playwright Tim Whitnall’s adaptation of Bill Bryson’s best-selling travel memoir NOTES FROM A SMALL ISLAND to the stage for the first time.
From Calais to Scotland, Bill travels the length and breadth of Britain.
How can the nation that produced Marmite, Gardener’s Question Time and people who say “Ooh lovely” at the sight of a cup of tea, hold such a special place in this American’s heart?
With direction by the Watermill’s Artistic Director Paul Hart and design by Katie Lias, the duo come together following the major success of their most recent project, Spike. Experience Bryson’s life-affirming travelogue on stage in The Watermill’s intimate fittingly rural space.
Playing from Friday 3 February to Saturday 18 March.
Tickets from £15
Relaxed Performance: Saturday 4 March at 2.30pm
Audio Described Performance: Saturday 11 March at 2.30pm with a Touch Tour at 12.30pm
Open Captioned Performance: Saturday 11 March at 2.30pm
Closed Captioned Performance: Saturday 11 March at 7.30pm
NOTES FROM A SMALL ISLAND
Over to You: Designer Katie Lias will show you how to take your vision from a blank page to the stage, inspired by her work on Notes from a Small Island.
This workshop takes place on Saturday 11 February, 11am – 1pm and costs £20 (£15 for show ticket holders).
Post Matinee Q&A on Saturday 18 March
Enjoy a freshly prepared Two-Course Menu in their Tithe Barn for £22.50.
Visit their Food & Drink page for more information on their menu’s sharing platters and afternoon teas.
The Watermill Theatre
Administration: 01635 45834
Box Office: 01635 46044
Adult – anyone 16 or over
Child – 2-15, under 2 goes free
Family – 2 adults and up to 3 children
Audio Described Performance: Saturday 15 April at 2.30pm with a Touch Tour at 12.30pm
Closed Captioned Performance: Saturday 15 April at 2.30pm and Tuesday 18 April at 7.30pm.
Food & Drink