Vinland

Thu 20 Feb 2020 | 7.30pm | £12* (£10*) | Family ticket £38* | Running Time: 70 minutes no interval | Suitable for ages 8+

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Jack Dean & Christopher Harrison

Vinland

A dark, wintry Viking adventure


Take advantage of our new early bird special! The first 10 tickets to this and other shows are just £5. The discount will be applied automatically at the last checkout screen, or call our box office on 01392 667080 to check availability. 


Set sail with Freydis and her son Snorri on a Viking adventure brought to life through storytelling, animation, live drawing and music. Join her crew of explorers as they find out they’re not alone in this strange new land and come face to face with ghosts, monsters and wild gooseberries. Follow Snorri as he confronts an ancient spirit set on revenge and learns the truth about himself.

Vinland retells the incredible historical tale of the Vikings last journey to North America inspired by the Viking sagas of Erik the Red and his family.

Supported by Arts Council England & artsdepot.


ABOUT JACK DEAN

Jack Dean is a poet, playwright, performer, emcee and composer. His work tells stories that wander the lands between myth, memory and history. He has toured internationally, including at Latitude Festival, the South Bank Centre and the Bowery Poetry Club in New York. He is the creator of the Fake Town Fables and Infinite Hex podcasts. He really likes zeppelins. www.jackdean.co.uk


ABOUT CHRISTOPHER HARRISSON

Christopher Harrisson is a theatre maker, writer and illustrator based in Bristol. His theatre work includes solo show ‘The North! The North!’ and illustration/animation work includes The Guardian and Sony. He trained at Ecole Jacques Lecoq and is former Co-Artistic Director of award-winning company Rhum and Clay. Christopher will create animation and live illustrations for Vinland. www.haveyoulostme.com



Venue: Exeter Phoenix, Auditorium

Running Time: 70 minutes no interval | Suitable for ages 8+

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