Grandma and Lucy are up in the attic where all the memories are stored.
Hidden in dusty containers at the top of the house, they have been waiting a long time to come out and play.
Come up the stairs, blow away the cobwebs and peep into the boxes. Who knows what might happen when the sleepy attic comes to life.
“Spell-binding fun for little ones.” The Herald
The Attic was created by Hazel Darwin-Edwards during the Inspire Project at the Byre Theatre, Saint Andrews, and explores the relationship between a young girl, Lucy, and her Grandmother, as they rummage through suitcases and boxes up the dusty attic.
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