A couple of weeks ago, I was delighted to be a guest on North Manchester Radio's Hannah's Bookshelf, chatting to Hannah about all things book-related. WITCH naturally dominated the conversation as it is such a major part of my life, but we also discussed dragons, Dartmoor and human origins, amongst other things. I also fangirled shamelessly over the fabulous Shardlake novels by CJ Sansom and shared my three selections for the Library at the End of Days. If there was an apocalypse and you could only save three books, what would you choose? You can listen to the interview here.
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.I am delighted to announce that the Museum of Witchcraft and Magic in Boscastle has invited us to bring WITCH back to the museum library for three performances this summer.
It is always wonderful to bring the show back to what I consider to be its spiritual home. There is something very comforting about the museum library and it is always a real joy to perform there.
So if you would like to enjoy WITCH in the setting for which it was written, make sure you book your ticket soon! Check out the Dates for your Diary page for a link to the Circle of Spears website, where you can pick up your tickets online. Tickets are also available from the Museum. Seating is limited to 20 per performance, so book early to avoid disappointment!
The dates are:
and each performance starts at 7.30pm. I'd advise getting there around 7.15pm.
The show lasts for 50 minutes and is followed by an informal chat with myself and my fellow cast members about the issues raised in the play and about Deanes Grimmerton's case - and, if you follow my blog regularly, you will know that I have a lot of new information to discuss! So do come and join us - and remember, book your ticket sooner rather than later!