Illyria’s Danny the Champion of the World

Illyria’s Danny the Champion of the World

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Sunday 17 July, 2016

Bignor Park Pulborough, RH20 1HG

2.30pm ends approx 4.15pm

Adult: £9 | Five - Eighteen Years £7 | Under Four & Under FREE | Please book Unreserved seating


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Illyria’s Danny the Champion of the World by Roald Dahl adapted by David Wood

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In their 25th anniversary year we welcome back the exceptional touring theatre company Illyria. Recognised as one of the country’s most inventive interpreters of Roald Dahl’s work, Illyria present Danny the Champion of the World.

Danny and his devoted father live in a caravan and operate a petrol station and garage. When Danny turns nine he is devastated to nd out about his father’s secret passion for pheasant- poaching in the estate of the nasty Victor Hazell. One night, Danny awakes to find his father has not returned from a night of poaching.

Fearing that his father may be indanger, Danny sets off to rescue him. Soon, with a little help from the village, Danny finds himself the mastermind behind the most incredible and exciting plot ever attempted against Victor Hazell. Magnificent, funny and heartwarming.

Illyria

For additional information click here - Illyria.pdf


The performance is outside. Please bring your own low backed seating or rugs and dress for the weather. Grounds open from 1.00pm for picnics.

Performance lasts approximately 1 hour 45 minutes, including a twenty minute interval. Suitable for ages 5 and upwards.

By kind permission of Lord & Lady Mersey

Drinks & refreshments will be available to buy from Little Bo’s Frozen Yogurt

Generously supported by Alan & Sara Bennie, Lombard Structures, Seaford College and West Sussex Decorative & Fine Arts Society