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A Monster Calls
Thirteen-year-old Connor and his mum have been just fine since Connor's father moved to America, but now his mum is terribly sick and isn't getting any better. Throw in a paid of over-bearing Grandparents and some bullish school kids and Connor feels all alone, alone until he meets the monster of course.
At exactly seven minutes past midnight Connor is awoken by something at his window. A monster has come walking. The Monster has come to tell Connor tales of the walks he's gone before but at the end of his stories Connor must tell the Monster a tale of his own and face his deepest fears.
Opening night: 7 July 2018
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