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PostPosted: Sat Dec 31, 2011 10:53 am 
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The Crowstarver is on our school year reading list.

If anyone else has this on a reading list it is on at the theatre, if interested -

Tues 24th - Sat 28th April 2012

"The Crowstarver - review
From the book by Dick King-Smith

The Crowstarver is a gripping and moving story set in a close-knit rural community in the early days of the Second World War. When a baby is found abandoned in a lambing pen he's adopted by the shepherd Tom Sparrow and his wife Kathy. As the boy grows up it's clear to everyone around him that the mystery of his birth is not the only thing about him that's special. John Joseph turns out to have an amazing gift with animals of all kinds. Foxes will eat out of his hand, hares and otters come close and he can even gentle a bucking bronco in true horse whisperer style. As the years pass, being different means John faces threats of all kinds, from
ignorance and prejudice and the war itself.

Full of unforgettable characters and scenes, The Crowstarver combines an action-packed and heart-warming story with powerful performances, beguiling animal puppets and a stunning live score. The show follows successful Theatre Alibi productions of Michael Morpurgo's Why The Whales Came which transferred to the West End and Michael Frayn's Spies."

http://www.atgtickets.com/The-Crowstarv ... s/18/1614/

Tues 7pm
Wed 1.30pm
Thurs 1pm and 5.30pm
Fri 7pm
Sat 1.30pm and 6pm

Tickets £10-£19.50


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