A dragon is terrorizing the Yorkshire countryside, devouring anything it meets. The only person who can save the locals is a drunken squire – if he can put down his pint. He agrees, but just as daunting as his monstrous opponent is the love triangle that ensues. Will the dragon prevail? And who will get their man?
All Saints Centre, Lewes, Sunday 14 April 7 pm
The Old Market, Hove, Sunday 21 April 4 pm
Trinity Theatre, Tunbridge Wells, Friday 26 April 7.30 pm
Theatre Royal, Winchester, Sunday 28 April 4 pm
Blackheath Halls, London, Sunday 5 May 4 pm
Devonshire Park Theatre, Eastbourne, Sunday 12 May 4 pm
New Sussex Opera Chorus
conductor Toby Purser
designer Mollie Cheek
dramaturg Benjamin Poore
Ana Beard Fernández
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