- Tuesday 21 February
- The Dukes, Moor Lane, Lancaster, LA1 1QE
- 01524 598 500
Three youngsters run away from their children’s home and sail down the River Tyne on a makeshift raft. Stuck on the mudflats, they meet a strange girl who lives with an old man, Grampa. The girl has a secret only Grampa knows …. and he’s not telling.
Adapted for the stage by children’s author David Almond (The Guardian Children’s Fiction Prize Winner 2015 and author of Skellig, which won the Whitbread Children’s Award) Heaven Eyes is a poetic but gritty story about young people trying to find their way in the world. Mysterious, heartbreaking and humorous in equal measure, this spellbinding and other-worldly story will touch the depth of your soul.
“Almond’s eerie tale is an astonishing piece of writing” The Guardian
By David Almond
Age guidance 9+
£13 (£11 concessions, £9.50 children)
£9.50 & one teacher free with every ten students
Young Persons’ Short Story Writing Competition
TSF is running a short story writing competition for young people throughout the Heaven Eyes tour. The competition is open to all those aged 9-14 years old and who have seen the show. Their short story, entitled The Journey, should be no longer than 1,000 words and the deadline for entries to TSF is 24 April. Entries will be judged by David Almond and TSF joint artistic director John Cobb. For inspiration and more information about the competition, including a video message from David Almond, can be found here on TSF’s website.