Wolves are Coming for You

Wolves are Coming for You

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Someone has seen a wolf.  Where did it come from?  How many are there? Someone must be able to do something about them.  Otherwise, how will our children get to school?  And how will we all get to line-dancing in the village hall? Set over one day in an ordinary village Wolves Are Coming For You explores how much wild we're comfortable with, and if we should fear the wild inside more than the outside.

Performed by the Oxford Playhouse 40+ Acting Company, who invite you to join them on a journey and provide the community spirit needed to overcome fear.

Duration: 2 hours 20mins with interval

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By Joel Horwood

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