Vinegar and Brown Paper - 7.30pm, Monday 17 March
Vinegar and Brown Paper by Richard Fitchett
Vinegar and Brown paper is the fictionalised story of a true event that took place in New England in 1868 when Kate Douglas, an 11 year old feisty American, meets her hero, Charles Dickens, on a New England train journey.
The play looks at how the journey and meeting the great man might have irrevocably changed her life and death.
Richard Fitchett has had three full length fringe plays produced: the last received 5 star reviews and was nominated for a short run Offie. He has been working on several plays during the lockdown but he is also looking to try and bring a long term project about Lord Haw-Haw back to life.
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