THE SHORES by Vinay Patel and SILVER DARLINGS by Tallulah Brown

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THE SHORES by Vinay Patel and SILVER DARLINGS by Tallulah Brown

15 September

Free

HighTide, BBC Radio 3 and BBC Arts present

THE SHORES by Vinay Patel and SILVER DARLINGS by Tallulah Brown

Directed by Jessica Dromgoole

BBC Radio 3 and HighTide are collaborating with two talented HighTide alumni writers, Vinay Patel (HighTide production True Brits, Doctor Who and BAFTA-nominated Murdered By My Father) and Aldeburgh-born Tallulah Brown (BBC New Talent Hotlist, and writer of last years HighTide Festival hit Songlines) to collaborate on a 90 minute drama presentation of interweaving stories, presented on BBC Radio 3.

 

THE SHORES – Three Tales From the End of a World

By Vinay Patel

The modern Suffolk coast. Two best friends find they can escape a dire eighteenth birthday party, but they can’t run from a future apart.
Seven thousand years earlier. A young woman fights to save her fractured community from a catastrophe only she knows is coming.

3345 CE. From the edges of a drowned land, a lonely preacher seeks to resurrect the gods.

 

SILVER DARLINGS

By Tallulah Brown

When Rita finds a fish-girl with a long, green and scaly tail in her bath, she immediately knows who’s to blame. Since her sister got ill, their dad’s been taking his old fishing boat out and trawling the North sea looking for a church bell off the coast of Dunwich. He never meant to catch a mermaid but now he has, and he wants to sell her. As the fish-girl struggles to survive on land, Rita’s sister begins to improve. Is the mermaid a beast or a thing of wonder? Rita can’t decide.

Keeping a mermaid secret isn’t easy and when dead animals start washing up on the beach, rumours flood the town. Rita has to help the fish-girl get back to the sea but at what cost?

A mystical play about sinking to the depths of the unknown in order to push yourself up again.

Please note that these performance take place upstairs in Studio 1

Start Time : 1.30pm  Finish Time : 3pm

 

Ticket Price : Pay what you think.

 


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15 September
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