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Corfu, 1935. Leave the grey skies of England behind and enjoy this new adaptation of a much-loved book that has never lost its appeal from generation to generation. Gerald Durrell looks back at his unconventional upbringing on the sun-soaked island of Corfu with his eccentric family in a landscape rich in natural and cultural life. Enjoying a life of freedom and adventure, Gerald is intrepid in his pursuit of an extraordinary array of exotic animals and reptiles that lead to his life-long love of the natural world. The wry observations of a curious young boy do not stop at the animal kingdom, but also offer a richly comic view of the hilarious encounters of his bohemian family, their friends and the local population.Performers Stephen Billington, Jonathan Race, Simeon Truby, Emily Pithon, Gordon Kane, Julia Watson, Michael Roberts, Michael Lambourne, Martin Barrass, Simon Yadoo, Laura Cox, Helen Kay.
Author Gerald Durrell. Producer York Theatre Royal. Adapted by Janys Chambers. Director Damian Cruden. Design Jane Linz Roberts. Lighting Richard G Jones.
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