Bath museum goes to the theatre!

Robert Aickman was an English conservationist and novelist who was notable for co-founding the Inland Waterways Association – but he was also a prolific writer of what he called ‘curious and strange stories.’
Museum of Bath at WorkTo mark the centenary of his birth The Museum of Bath at Work and The Halfpenny Theatre Company are staging a new adaptation of possibly his most famous story..Ringing the Changes.
‘A honeymooning couple turn up in a town at the end of the line. 
Nobody told them about the bells and nothing could prepare them for what was to follow.
 Be warned….’
There will be three performances at the Museum of Bath at Work.
Friday 24th, Saturday 25th October and a special Halloween performance on Friday 31st October …all starting at 7.45 p.m.

Admission is free – as part of Bath & North East Somerset Heritage Open Week Programme – but all donations will be gratefully received!

For more details contact the Museum of Bath at Work , Julian Road, BATH BA1 2RH
Phone 01225 318348
Email mobaw@hotmail.com
Web http://www.bath-at-work.org.uk

*What they say about The Halfpenny Theatre .
‘ vivid story telling in a unique Museum environment’. **** Venue Magazine