“There are two types of people. The ones who move away. And the ones who stay and wait…”
Pepper and Honey is a new play about two women questioning the meaning of home. The play is timed to perfection in order to make a perfect Croatian pepper biscuit, made in front of and with the help of the audience. The process of making the biscuit is intertwined with a story of what it is like to settle in a different country, leaving and returning and making and breaking family traditions.
Pepper and Honey is a poignant, subtle and timely play about cultural differences, trying not to feel like a foreigner in your adopted country, and the conflict between upholding the traditions of the old country and embracing those of the new.
“A very human, and at times, challenging story about what divides and unites us. Exquisitely acted and faultless production.” David Lane, Rural touring promoter.
Adults £12, concessions and children (16 and under) £10. Tickets available from TicketSource. The show is made for adult audiences but is not unsuitable for children. The performance runs for 80 minutes without an interval. Doors open 7pm.