Book Sleuths in a Bind: A Very Puzzling Case: A brand-new, interactive theatre mystery for families
BSL Interpreted Performances on Monday 25th October 2021
Have you ever wanted to be a detective? Do you love solving puzzles? Could you be a Super Sleuth?
The Book Sleuths, Sam and Ally, have a real mystery on their hands. A most curious disappearance has occurred at the library and they need your help to solve this Very Puzzling Case. This October half term join the Book Sleuths to crack codes, unravel riddles and pore over puzzles. Only by working together can the 'mysterious mystery' be solved.
The performances of this exciting new family show on Monday 25th October at St Albans Library and Stevenage Central Library will be interpreted live by qualified BSL interpreter, Vicky Pannell. We hope this will make these performances ideal for families from the D/deaf community. Both performances will be followed by a Meet the Cast Q&A session.
Book Sleuths in a Bind is touring exclusively in Hertfordshire Libraries from Saturday 23rd to Sunday 31st October. Designed for families of all kinds with children aged 7 to 11, this show is being created by local professional theatre company Teasel Productions, funded by Arts Council England.
Tickets are £7 for adults and £5 for children (under 16s), and are available now from Hertfordshire Libraries and online at: Herts Library where you can also find full details of the tour.
To find out more about the creators of the show please visit Teasel Productions