Sunday 9 August 2020

The Croft at Everyman Theatre

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Two women arrive at a deserted crofter’s hit in a Scottish village, when their weekend takes a dark and unexpected turn.

Discovering the dark history of a crofter’s hut within the remote Scottish Highlands, two women find themselves uncovering the terrifying truth of their surroundings, as they become cut off from the modern world.

Starring Gwen Taylor, best known for her role in television show Barbara , as Ann Foster in Coronation Street and Peg in Heartbeat; The Croft heads to Cheltenham’s Everyman Theatre from Wednesday 22 to Saturday 25 January 2020.

Sure to set pulses racing, this bold and haunting new play is designed for those over the age of 12.

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The Croft play
Everyman Theatre
Wednesday 22 to Saturday 25 January 2020; Thursday 23 January 2020; Saturday 25 January 2020
Performances start at 7.30pm with matinees starting at 2pm.
Tickets are priced between £16 and £30.
(01242) 572573

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