Beekeeper’s bond with a fiery teenager in Honey Man
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Following shows at Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Tyrone Huggin’s critically acclaimed story of an elderly Caribbean beekeeper and a dysfunctional wealthy teenager comes to stages across the UK.
And this tale of alliance which crosses the boundaries of age, gender and culture comes to St George’s Theatre in Great Yarmouth on March 10 at 7.30pm.
In a derelict cottage on the grounds of an English country manor house, ageing Caribbean recluse, Honey Man, tries in vain to save his colony of bees. His life is set to change when fiery teenage heiress Misty charges into his world and challenges all he knows.
Initially, the two clash, but over time, an unlikely friendship develops. Events take a dramatic turn when an antique painting reveals a secret that connects their lives in ways they never imagined, shedding light on the histories hidden in art and the connections between English heritage and the history of slavery.
For details of the production and ticket prices log on to www.stgeorgestheatre.com