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The Boy and the Big Block of Ice

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A story told by Tim Padmore of Gearshift Theatre. Imagine you’re a twelve-year-old boy. You’ve just moved to an English seaside town to live with a new step-father. One day you wake up and discover that an iceberg the size of five football fields has drifted into the bay…. This storytelling performance combines a modern day fable with four traditional tales of indigenous Arctic peoples. Come and watch this creative response to the record-breaking melting of Arctic sea ice that occurred in 2012. Free, all welcome! This event is in collaboration with Cambridge Storytellers. Please arrive at 7:15pm for a 7:30pm start. By donation.

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