The Legend of the Goose Girl is a new folk story, set a long, long time ago.
The sweet but unfortunate Khalia, a feral four year old child, finds herself having to protect her beloved geese from being captured and eaten by the despicable Count Badomen; the man responsible for her father’s death.
The question is; is magical rhyme enough to fight such a powerful evil? Surely not! Or is it?
The answer is contained within the book’s pages.
This charming book is written by renowned actor Rupert Procter and illustrated by the talented Cambridge artist Nathalie Madron.
Rupert intends to tour extensively with the ‘The Legend of the Goose Girl’ and is currently writing a play for Theatre in Education based on the book.
Join NHRM to hear readings by the author on Saturday, 4th September, in the magical Palace House Garden between 2pm – 4pm.
Why not make a day of it, bring a picnic rug and pre-order a picnic from the Bakery?
The cost of the ticket is included in general admission. Click here for more details.