'Bill Bryson's Notes from a Small Island' adapted for the stage by Tim Whitnall


The Talisman Theatre, Barrow Road, Kenilworth, CV8 1EG

Theatre

24th Jun 2024 - 29th Jun 2024

UNTIL Saturday 29th June

'Bill Bryson's Notes from a Small Island' adapted for the stage by Tim Whitnall

A witty exploration of Britain's quirks and culture

Book by Bill Bryson

Adapted for the stage by Tim Whitnall

Directed by Steve Smith

Embark on an insightful journey through Britain's eccentricities in this stage adaptation by Tim Whitnall from Bill Bryson's much-loved novel "Notes from a Small Island."

Bill Bryson's smash-hit memoir "Notes from a Small Island" spent three years on The Sunday Times bestseller list, sold over two million copies, and was voted the book that best represents the UK.

Tim Whitnall's hilarious stage adaptation was first produced at the Watermill Theatre, Newbury, in 2023.

The stage adaptation weaves around the character of Bill Bryson, an American expat, who takes the audience on a charming and affectionate tour of Britain, from its picturesque villages to its quirky landmarks. Along the way, he encounters colourful characters, unravels the mysteries of British culture, and delivers a witty, unforgettable exploration of this small island.

With this multi-rolling ensemble cast, prepare to discover the heart and humour of Britain like never before.

An amateur production by arrangement with Nick Hern Books.

N.B – please note this is a stage adaptation of Bill Bryson's novel "Notes from a Small Island" – all parts are played by performers. Bill Bryson will not be appearing in person.

Show times are Mon to Sat at 7:30pm (please note Friday 28th June is already sold out).

Additional Saturday 29th June 2:30pm matinee showing also available whilst tickets last.

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