Gone Cuckoo!

It’s shortly after dawn at RAF Fylingdales and a cuckoo is having a transmitter strapped to his back. A few weeks later he will have flown thousands of miles across Europe and over the Sahara Desert to equatorial Africa.
For millennia, the cuckoo’s call has inspired songs, stories and poems. Does he bring the spring? Tell our fortunes? Was he the shapeshifter that became a hawk? He certainly fools the reed warblers who feed him as a changeling baby. Now the voice of the cuckoo is fading – where has it gone?
Father and Son Malcolm and Josh Green bring their exquisite story Gone Cuckoo to Stroud. A true story which contemplates the magic and mysteries of the natural world and tugs on a heart-string in a call to protect and care for our wondrous planet. With gorgeous songs and soundscapes intertwined throughout the performance
Musicianship and environmental performance-art meet history and myth…an engaging & beautifully constructed tour de force’.
Dave Pritchard (Chair, UK Arts & Environment Network, and consultant to the Convention on Migratory Species)
Gone Cuckoo was inspiring and moving… it will fill audiences of all ages with wonder and delight.’
Prof. Nick Davies (author of ‘Cuckoo, Cheating by Nature’)
As the review says, this performance will captivate people of all ages so come and experience the wonder and delight whether you are bringing little ones or not.
St Laurence Hall,
The Shambles,
Doors 5.30pm
Performance Starts 6pm
Adult – £12
Child ticket over 5 – £6

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