"And do you really ask us to believe," Sir Wilfrid was saying, "that you have discovered a means for instructing animals in the art of human speech?”
Welcome to the strange and baffling world of Saki, where animals often behave like men, and men sometimes return the complement. The writer, Hugh Hector Munro, died in a trench in France in 1916, but his uniquely hilarious stories sing as loudly today as they ever did. Join Robert Lloyd Parry (Nunkie Theatre) as he reads six of the best at the Cambridge Museum of Technology on Thursday 27 July 2017, 7.30pm-9pm.
The readings will take place in the engine room of the Museum's pumping station home. Some of the floors are uneven so please wear sensible shoes!
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Suitable for ages 11 plus