Saturday 17th July, 7.00pm
Written & Directed by Bill Scott, with original music by Tom Adams
October 1957: the world lives in fear of nuclear war, Russia has launched Sputnik 1, UFOs are cropping up everywhere, MI5 is on high alert and Stanley is building something in his garden shed.
He may live in suburbia but, in his mind, Stanley is voyaging through outer space. He hopes to make contact with other life forms. His neighbour, Gwen, thinks he should be exploring the unknown much closer to home…
A cosmic comedy about obsession and the rekindling of love, hope and possibility.
Estimated running time: 1hr 10 mins, no interval.
Everyone welcome, but as a guide we recommend the show for age 7+
Goren farmyard, cider museum and wildflower meadows are all accessible earlier for exploring & refreshments. Please bring a low-backed chair, snuggly warm clothes and a torch. No show seating available. Composting loos available and wild camping pitches may be pre-booked along with hot food. Devon cream teas and savoury snacks available in the afternoons. Delicious Apple Juice and Cider too!