Terence Blacker's one-man show combines songs, stories and highly unreliable memoir as a writer goes in search of material through the surprisingly secretive and occasionally disreputable world of a modern village, directed by Cressida Brown.

A relaxed, amusing hour, and a tribute to the silences, solitudes and self-preoccupations of rural life.' Libby Purves, The Times

‘An accomplished Fringe debut...illuminating and enjoyable.' Alice Jones, Independent

Honest, dry and charmingly musical... Succeeds in evocatively crafting a whole village.' Three Weeks

Photograph ©Owain Shaw