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By Jonathan Swift
In a new adaptation by Toby Hulse

Tue 25 May 2010 - Sat 29 May 2010

This striking adaptation of Gulliver’s extraordinary journey is true to the spirit of Jonathan Swift’s original stunning, fantastical adult satire. It not only leaps 300 years of progress like a tiny Lilliputian sea, it strikes a deep chord of human truth, laughter and empathy over the centuries.

Imagine a land full of corruption, led by conceited and weak politicians, where the baser instincts of human nature reign supreme and only the faint hope of redemption remains...sound familiar? This imaginative new production will delight, shock, and thoroughly entertain just as Swift intended.

Suitable for adults and older children.

From £13 to £24

On Tour
This production will tour to village halls, arts centres and regional theatres from 3 May to 12 June. To book a performance at your venue please contact Caro MacKay on 01386 853206 or email caro.mackay@hotmail.co.uk

Supported by the Leche Trust

Performance times
Tuesday to Friday at 7.30pm
Thursday matinee at 2.30pm
Saturday matinee at 1.30pm
Saturday evening at 6.30pm


Directed by Ade Morris
Designed by William Fricker
Lighting by Lawrence T Doyle