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Past and Present
Productions

Acorns have performed in Zippo's Circus at the Edinburgh Festival; on the riverbank at Greenlands for Her Majesty the Queen; at The Henley Festival; on the Kenton Stage; at the Grahamstown Festival in South Africa; in The White's, Stracey's and Piper's barns and farmyards; at Start Point in Devon; in the grounds of Blenheim Palace; for the opening of the Olympics at Royal Holloway College; in the gardens at Fawley Hill and in many other weird and wonderful places. 

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Tales for Fairly Grimm Times

2021

 

29th, 30th and 31st July - 7.30pm

Start Farm, Start Point

By kind permission of the Ansell Family

A new adaptation of some of the stories from Tales from the Brothers Grimm chosen by Clarissa Pinkola Estes.

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Tales for Fairly Grimm Times

2021

 

24th - 26th June 

Performed at White Pond Farm by kind permission of the Stracey Family

Our Henley Herald Review and Henley Standard Article

A new adaptation of some of the stories from Tales from the Brothers Grimm chosen by Clarissa Pinkola Estes.

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The Green Man and Other Fables
2019

Performed at Blenheim Palace and White Pond Farm

An original story written by Sarah Bell and Acorn, inspired by the legend of King Arthur, the Green Man and Max Porter's Lanny. 

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The Odyssey
2018

Performed at White Pond Farm, Oxfordshire and Start Point Devon

Acorn's adaptation of Homer's classic tale of a man who took ten years to get home.

Hiawatha
2017

Performed at White Pond Farm, Oxfordshire

Based on the epic poem by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow adapted by Michael Bogdanov, this production was performed in a giant Tipi tent.

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Scary Tales for Dark Nights

Performed at Remenham

A roving performance around Remenham including a scene in the graveyard by the Seeds with kind permission from the Vicar. 

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The Continuing Story of Henry Muge
and his Good Friend
Ned Pellew

Performed at Henwood and Dean Boat Yard and Start Point

A fishy tale of High Jinks on the High Seas.

 

Inspired by true events, the local legends of Devon and Mary Jane Ansell.