The Wild Man of Orford

Orford, the Suffolk coast, 1167.

A fisherman hauls up a mysterious catch: a scaly, glistening creature from the depths of the sea.

   Man or monster?

   Is the wild man barbaric or simply free of the constraints of society?

A tale from English folklore, The Wild Man of Orford is a story of freedom, of kindness, and of the strange wild song of the sea.

Beautiful and improbable, Rust and Stardust’s production features an exciting combination of handmade puppets, live theatre and music, and projected animations.

Tickets now available for this event. Following its showing at the Brighton and Edinburgh Fringes last year, we are delighted to welcome the Wild Man back to where the story began. Children’s matinee 3 o’clock evening performance 7 o’clock. Come and join us in St Bartholomew’s Church on Saturday 19th March.

The production company has also offered to provide workshops for the local schools and English Heritage have agreed to these being held in Orford Castle.

Proceeds to The Thomas Marshall Education Fund

Further information at Email or 01394 450090

Licensed bar from 6 o’clock

Performance starts 7 o’clock