A TIME travelling mystery is sure to engross audiences when youngsters from Hall Green Little Theatre present The Fate of Jeremy Visick, by Judith Cook.
Directed by Amanda Grant, the play tells of Mathew Clemens, a schoolboy who travels back in time through an association with a 19th –century Cornish miner’s son Jeremy Visick.
Following a history project a reluctant Mathew finds the Visick grave in the local graveyard. The deaths of all the male members of the family are recorded on the same day in 1852 and they are all buried beneath the headstone except Jeremy, ‘whose body still lies in Wheal Maid.’ ~ A haunting phrase heard throughout the play.
The play runs from April 20-25 at 7.30pm at Hall Green Little Theatre in Pemberley Road, Birmingham and tickets are a snip at £6 on 0121 707 1874 or on line at www.hglt.org.uk.