Elephant : 2024 Tour Dates:

Thurs 13th June : Sheringham Little Theatre
Box Office – 01263 822347
Sheringham Little Theatre online tickets

Fri 14th June: Old Buckenham Village Hall,
Box Office – 07880 660 444

Saturday 15th June: The Cut Halesworth
Box Office – 0300 303 3211

19th June: Aylsham Town Hall, 7:30pm
Tickets at Postle’s Aylsham in person

20th June: Corn Hall Diss, 7:30pm
Box Office – 01379 652241
The Corn Hall online tickets

Friday 21st June: Southwold Arts Centre
Box Office – 01502 722572

Saturday 22nd June: Wells Maltings
Box Office – 01328 710885
Wells Maltings online tickets

Sunday 23rd June: Norwich Arts Centre
Box Office – 01603 660352
Norwich Arts Centre online tickets

Tuesday 25th June: St Georges Great Yarmouth
Box Office – 01493 331484

Thurs 27th June: Westacre Theatre
Box Office – 01760 755 800
Westacre online tickets

Fri 28th June: Sedgeford Village Hall
Box Office – 01485 570097 / 07968 596949

Sat 29th June: The Seagull Theatre
Box Office – 01502 589726
The Seagull Online Tickets

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Seagull Theatre logo

Elephant : Research and Development

On Friday 2nd June 2023 fEast presented extracts from the play at The Seagull Theatre.

In a project funded by a bursary from The Seagull four actors, (Mark Finbow, Henri Merriam, Ben Elder, Anna Buttery) director Dawn Finnerty, designer Fern Blevins and sound designer Mark Fawcett began to explore the characters, dynamics and the technical challenges of a story set in a house which is falling into the North Sea.

fEAST will be touring a full production of
Elephant in Spring 2024

Elephant R and D

Elephant  –  Jeremy Page

In a house balanced on an eroding cliff in North Norfolk, local recluse Manny gets a surprise visit from his estranged sister, Jessie, whom he’s not seen for a year. She’s wildly unpredictable, searching for a long lost family secret, and has inexplicably brought along with her a petty criminal, Lee Farrier, trussed up in a sack. Jessie describes an unlucky series of events that have conspired to her making such a poor and rash decision, but Manny’s believing none of it. She’s done this kind of thing before.

As a rising tide eats away at the foundations, it’s the sudden appearance of a local girl, Cally, arriving with a damaged reputation and an uncanny ability to read minds, that forces all four of them to try and salvage something from the day before it’s too late. But as time runs out, and the uneasy truce turns towards possible violence, a hastily reckless plan begins to fall apart, exposing the bitter truths that have brought them together, the lies they’ve told each other, and against all expectation, the discovery of a strangely redemptive power that might just be buried beneath their feet.

Elephant R and D


Henri Merriam

Henri Merriam

Mark Finbow

Mark Finbow

Ben Elder

Ben Elder

Anna Buttery

Anna Buttery