Wonder Tales by HG Wells
with Robert Lloyd Parry of Nunkie Productions
Robert Lloyd Parry returns to the Museum with more rehearsed readings – this time two classic fantasies by HG Wells. The Door in the Wall is the poignant story of a paradise lost, while The Man Who Could Work Miracles is a riotous, cautionary tale in which an ordinary man discovers in himself astonishing powers. Both show Wells at his imaginative best.
About Nunkie Productions
Nunkie Productions is a storytelling unit that travels the earth.
Please use the Museum’s new entrance on Riverside.
We have a small number of parking spots for disabled visitors. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to book one. Unfortunately, there is no other car parking on site, but there is free street parking in the area. There is room for plenty of bicycles on site.
There will be a cash bar selling beer, wine, and soft drinks.