By Webteam - 15th July 2017 6:08am
Saturday 30th September, 7.30 pm (doors open 7) Audlem Public Hall Tickets: £10 adult, £7.50 students & concessions, family £30
"Truly sensational...pitched perfectly...brought to life with a real sense of energy and vibrancy" Buxton Fringe Review
Three women made a daring and unusual journey from one end of Great Britain to the other. Trusting only to their resourcefulness and the kindness of strangers they made an 18-day, 874-mile journey from Land's End to John O'Groats.
They completed their unusual expedition on as many varieties of transport as they possibly could with only one pound per mile to do it. In End to End they share moments of this true story, including encounters, trials & tribulations along the way, and the unexpected acts of kindness they encountered. Exploring friendship, personal risk & monetary connections made on the road, they wonder whether the seeds planted will grow into something more meaningful.
The trio take the audience on a unique journey leaving them itching for their own adventure.
Suggested audience: teenagers & adults (10+)
Ticket Hotline: Janet Warrington 01270 811250 or email: email@example.com
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