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The Mysteries in a Box
Sun 27 November 2016, 14:00 – 15:00 GMT
For this show, The Mysteries in a Box is staged inside the Barn at OrganicLea's open day in Chingford. Discover the chattering life of plants in this original theatre production with music, ballads and puppetry.
Part of The Walthamstow Mysteries carousel of locally made plays.
Is there an age restriction for this event?
The Mysteries in a Box is a family show suitable for an adult audience with accompanied children of 7 and above.
Is there anything else I need to know about attending this event?
There is no heating inside the Barn at OrganicLea, so please wear warm clothing.
Getting to Hawkwood Plant Nursery:
The plant nursery is at the very top of Hawkwood Crescent with large iron gates leading in. Hawkwood Crescent is off Sewardstone Road (A112).
Taking buses, trains and bicycles to Hawkwood:
From Chingford Train Station: From outside the station take bus 379, every 15 minutes (every 30 minutes on a Sunday). Get off at Yardley Primary School on Hawkwood Crescent (very end of Drysdale Avenue) and walk up the road to the Plant Nursery – 2 minutes walk.
From Walthamstow Central underground: Take bus 215 from Walthamstow Central bus stationwhich goes via Hoe Street, The Bell, Billet Roundabout, Chingford Mount Get off on Sewardstone Road, at the Hawkwood Crescent stop. Cross this main road and walk up Hawkwood Crescent – the Plant Nursery is at the very end. About 5 minutes walk from the bus stop.
Other local buses: The 313 stops at the end of Drysdale Avenue, other end to Hawkwood Crescent. This bus connects to Potters Bar, Enfield, Southbury and Ponders End rail stations. The walk from this bus stop is 10 mins.
By bicycle: The River Lea towpath guides you from lower Walthamstow and North Hackney (Clapton); get off just before Ponders End lock and turn right into Lea Valley Road. Turn left at main traffic light junction into Stewardstone Road. Hawkwood Crescent is a turning about 500m along on the right.
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Deborah Nash on firstname.lastname@example.org