The exciting culmination of Louth Playgoers’ first ever script writing workshop finally takes to the stage this week.
Something’s on the rampage on the island of Temboley and a huge storm is preventing any help from mainland Britain.
Roly, his girlfriend Jenny, and his best friend Dean are just trying to get through the end of time without making a scene……and preferably, without the neighbours.
Will they survive the night……together?
And just what is the most appropriate board game to play whilst awaiting the apocalypse?
Dan Christmas’s ‘Miscreation’ won last year’s ‘Scratch Night’.
The event, staged at the Riverhead Theatre, saw the performance of seven excerpts from brand new scripts by local writers in front of an audience, who then voted for their favourite piece to be developed into a full-scale production.
Miscreation is a co-production between Louth Playgoers and Hambledon Productions and runs from Thursday July 3 to Saturday July 5, with tickets £6.