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By Laura Ellen Major

Wed 05 Jun 2013 - Sat 08 Jun 2013

At Camp Revamp, fun is not on the agenda. Set up and run by the UK's richest business people, The Regenerators, Camp Revamp houses the nation's children, teaching them the important values of caring for the environment and contributing to society.

Or so it seems! Camp Revamp is really a consumer training camp that teaches the children to buy, buy, buy! However, with rebellious twins Ftse and 100 in their ranks, this year The Regenerators may have met their match. Along with a band of fellow anarchists, the children begin a quest to rediscover what makes life fun. Surely there's more to life than spending money? Who needs to buy more stuff when there are dens to be built and rockpools to explore?

The West Berkshire Federation of Village Schools collaborates for the ninth year with The Watermill in this remarkable project, featuring over a hundred children from six local village primary schools.

Tickets  £10, concessions  £8.

The Schools Federation project is supported by The Dr. Mortimer and Theresa Sackler Foundation

Performance Times
Wednesday to Friday at 7.30pm
Saturday at 6.30pm

Directed by Heidi Bird
Designed by Rebecca Glover
Lighting designed by Lawrence T Doyle