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  • Monday 1 January 0001 - Saturday 6 October 2018

  • The Lemon Tree

  • 2pm

  • £7.70

  • Family

Doors: 1:15pm         Start: 2pm

Created by Andy Manley, Gill Robertson and Annie Wood
For age 4+
Running time: 55 minutes (no interval)

Who is Martha?

Martha lives by the sea…
Martha lives alone…
Martha doesn’t need anyone…

She is stubborn, eccentric and highly independent.

Who are Martha’s friends?

Not her next door neighbour.
Not her helpful postman.
Nor her secret admirer from across the bay.

One day Martha has an unexpected visitor and her life will never be the same again.

Catherine Wheels Theatre Company

Catherine Wheels Theatre Company is Scotland’s most celebrated and prolific producer of work for children and young people, with 29 inspirational and original productions presented in 23 countries since the company was created by Artistic Director Gill Robertson in 1999.

Catherine Wheels is also Scotland’s most well-travelled theatre company, touring nationally and internationally taking productions to theatres, festivals and schools in communities and cities across Scotland, England, to London’s Southbank and Barbican, and across the globe from Europe to New York, Canada, Mexico, Hong Kong, Macau, China, Taiwan, Singapore, Japan, New Zealand and Australia.

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