In the Suffolk village of Woolpit, two mysterious children with green-tinged skin are found by the wolf pits. Are they from a strange land? Are they fairy folk? Or are they simply - green?
Following The Wild Man of Orford, The Green Children of Woolpit is another story from 12th century Suffolk, another fascinating exploration of the unexplained.
We were delighted to return to the beautiful Orford for the first performance of The Green Children, generously supported by the Thomas Marshall Education Fund, which aims to advance the education, training and life skills of the young people of Mozambique to enable them to make a sustainable living and provide active support within their communities. All proceeds go towards the charity. Find out more and support the charity here.
The children will next appear at the beautiful St Michael and All Angels Church in Berwick, famous for its murals painted by the Bloomsbury set, and just up the road from Charleston House. We are delighted to be participating in an education project in collaboration with Berwick Church and Alfriston Primary School.