Saturday 29th February, 7.30-8.45pm – Pilgrim is a folk tale of an everyman abandoned by his true-love. At its heart is the idea of love as a journey, not a possession. It is a pilgrimage to the Eden of True-love’s garden. Pilgrim encounters False-love, the celebrity Fairy Queen, and his own destructive other self. Constantly challenged, he endures until finally united with True-love. This dramatised reading, with music, celebrates the story and its possibilities through references that are timeless, yet contemporary. Truth and lies cross each other in stories of what we want, and what we believe can make us whole, or give us meaning. Pilgrim is a broken love story, redeemed by love. Narrator – Jamie Symons, Pilgrim – Huw Brentnall, Grimlip – Richard Bates, True-love – Zoë Wells, False-love – Clare Hawe, Music – Andrew Leach Doors open at 7pm for pre-performance drinks. Tickets are £8 each and are available in person from Woodbridge Library, by phoning the library on 01394 330855, direct from Terry Sheppey on 07412 628828 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.