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About the Show/Event
Information for Notes from a Small Island at Richmond Theatre, Outer London (Play). What makes us love this country we call our own? Join Bill as he journeys from Calais to Scotland, rediscovering the green and pleasant land he calls his home, before moving back to his native United States. Why does the nation that produced Marmite, Gardener's Question time and people who say 'Ooh lovely' at the sight of a cup of tea, hold such a special place in his heart? And what precisely does he love so much about a country with place names like Farleigh Wallop, Titsey and Shellow Bowells? A witty and insightful tribute to all the head-scratching quirks and idiosyncrasies of our small island, that will leave you feeling positively proud to be British. World Premiere (Newbury)
Performers Jon Culshaw. Book by Bill Bryson. Adapted by Tim Whitnall. Presented by Simon Friend. Presented by Hanna Osmolska. Producer Watermill Theatre. Director Paul Hart.