The queen’s dolls house is in disarray and its maker, Edwin, sets out to find the culprit. His search reveals Quercus, a noisy sprite who has lived through all of fairy tale history but is now trapped in the dolls house. Can Edwin discover how Quercus came to be stuck in the house? And can Quercus find a way to return to her old home?
This world premiere adaptation of Vita Sackville-West’s short story is a political eco-fable suitable for all ages. It is performed as a work-in-progress as part of Annexe Art's Formation Festival.
Praise for Some Kind of Theatre’s previous work:
'A small, wondrous gem'
EFR on The Steampunk Tempest
A bright and beautiful play that appeals to the heart of book lovers everywhere'
Young Perspective on Virginia Woolf's Orlando
The Derek Awards on Twelfth Night