The dates and venue for “What Stirs the Spring” (featuring “After Michelangelo”) have now been announced. So the place to be is The Drill Hall, and the dates are April 1st to 3rd. This is what they have to say:
Following their success at Hampstead’s New End Theatre in December 2008, Camden-based young company Obstacle brings A Winter’s Chill into the New Year and a new season.
Performers Miles Barden and Joshua Dickinson present the work of two contemporary authors seeking to surpass the mystery of WW Jacobs and the monstrosity of Edgar Allan Poe with their own original, grisly legends.
See What Stirs the Spring when new commissions challenge old masters in the intimate atmosphere of The Drill Hall.
Suitable for those aged 12 and over.
Those two contemporary authors are Oscar Windsor-Smith and yours truly, BTW. And Jacobs and Poe? Pah! Has-beens, them two.
Thanks for the mention, Jon. I’m beginning to get stage-fright already. Mind you, it’s as nothing when compared to what the audience will experience.