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Ever wondered if you missed your chance to be wild?

Sonya has been spinning a lot of plates recently; she’s really good at it but she’s definitely not the untamed woman she thought she’d be by now. Sometimes she feels like a feral beast backed into a corner.  There’s no escaping social expectation and she fears she’s missed her chance.

In September 2017 Sonya headed off on a hitchhiking mission to Oban to find 60’s folk legend and notorious wild child Anne Briggs.  Sonya was drowning in domesticity and she thought Anne could swoop in and save her.

Feral asks why women are taking on more ‘mental load’ than ever before. Harnessing live music by The Greyhounds, storytelling and the odd party trick, Feral tells an intimate story with universal application, empowering audiences to make wilder choices.

Tickets £5

There will be no interval at this performance.

The Tea Room and bar will be open before the performance. Doors open at 6pm.

Feral created and performed by Sonya Moorhead
Directed by Debs Newbold
with live music by The Greyhounds

Sonya is grateful for the support, time and space provided by
The Boo, Horse and Bamboo Theatre, Rossendale,
Todmorden Folk Festival,
The Met, Bury,
The Kings Arms, Salford
Elizabeth Gaskell House, Manchester

23rd Nov 2017

7pm - 8pm


New cooks always want their own peculiar little odds & ends for cookery

Elizabeth Gaskell 1863