A trail of feathers take an unlikely band on an epic journey that will change their lives forever...
Feathers In The Snow was written by acclaimed children's author and playwright, Phillip Ridley; it is a family show set across a 500 year period, and tells the story of what it means to find a home. Because everyone needs a home, whether you be a talking leopard, a greedy king, a magical bird, a tidal wave, a Sea Witch, a lost soldier, or a devious dolphin.
Feathers In The Snow will be the last production at Southwark Playhouse before the venue moves to Newington Causeway. Don't miss your last chance to sit beneath the arches of London Bridge Station.
The play will be in production from the 5th December and last until the 5th of January. The 2 hour play costs £16, with £14 concessions, and £10 for preview nights.
You can either watch a 3.15pm matinee or a 7.45pm evening performance. There will also be a number of post-show events taking place:
Wednesday, 12th December 2012
After the show, there will be a Q&A panel with writer, Philip Ridley, director, David Mercatali, and members of the cast.
Philip Ridley in conversation with Dan Rebellato
Tuesday, 18th December 2012
After the show, playwright, Dan Rebellato will talk to Philip about writing his first family show, collaborating with director David Mercatali and his appearance on The Culture Show.