Meet Brindley. He's bored at home. He wants to go to the park and play with friends, but he can't because he has to do his part to help keep everybody safe during lockdown. Luckily Danni has some great ideas to keep them entertained which make Brindley feel much better.
The village of Loch Down is under attack by a terrifying monster who only eats people in groups of two or above....how will the village rid themselves of this plight?
A hilarious new comedy tale written & read by William Seaward with music by Philip Ryder. Produced by The Arts Centre Hounslow during lockdown.
Described by critics as “part Brian Blessed, part Oscar Wilde, part crazed Victorian Music Hall MC”, and “a tweed-clad madman”, Will Seaward is a comedian and storyteller with a booming voice and a wild, twirly beard. He has appeared in various guises on BBC Radio 4, BBC Radio 4 Extra and BBC Radio 5 Live, been nominated for an Offie, and is the creator of notably surreal late-night comedy show ‘Will Seaward’s Spooky Midnight Ghost Stories’, which has become a staple of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Will’s other exploits including trying to crowdsource an expedition to the lost city of El Dorado, attempting to create the legendary Philosopher’s Stone live onstage and staging Shakespeare’s Hamlet entirely on a bouncy castle, to widespread international outrage. He’s also a veteran of four Hounslow pantos, and is very excited indeed to be contributing two stories to this festival! Huzzah!