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 wonder tale from 12th century Suffolk, another fascinating exploration of the unexplained, told with music, poetry and life size green children puppets.
Saturday 12 May 2018, 2.30pm
Laughton Village Hall, Laughton
Tickets available from Ripe and Laughton Village Stores or at the door
St Bartholomew's Church, Orford (in collaboration with Thomas Marshall Education Fund) - April 2017
Lindfield Arts Festival (September 2017)
St Michael & All Angel's Church, Berwick (February 2018)
To book The Green Children of Woolpit for a festival, event or rural touring, please contact us for touring information and costs. We can also provide an accompanying puppetry workshop tailored to your specifications.