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Set in the fictional coastal village of Boxham in the months leading up to the catastrophic floods of January 1953, the play explores the complex and turbulent relationships of the Spence family who struggle to make sense of their tragic history in the face of unreliable and conflicting memories. A cast of professional actors will be joined by a chorus recruited from the communities where the play is performed. The tour continues to Hindolveston Village Hall (April 22), The Garage, Norwich (April 23), Atrium Theatre, North Walsham (April 28), Westacre Theatre (April 29), Aylsham Town Hall (April 30).