A stone statue of a woman with four horses emerging from her head. Pink lines cover their eyes.
Casey Jay Andrews stands on an outdoor stage surrounded by festoon lighting. She is pointing with her arm outstretched.
Casey Jay Andrews sits on an old garden bench in a woodland, she is holding a carousel horse on her lap, she is wearing boots and overalls.

A Place That Belongs To Monsters

Theatre and Physical Theatre • Storytelling
United Kingdom • Australian Premiere

A girl plays ponies while her mother cooks, a teenager jumps the barrier to ride a funfair carousel, a woman sits defeated in the bookies after closing time, a pensioner stands barefoot in a field of wild horses. The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse reimagined by award-winning writer & storyteller Casey Jay Andrews. A beating heart of spoken word punctuating stories of fury and fear. 

“Edinburgh Fringe Best Shows of The Year 2022” The Stage

“The latest slice of storytelling magic from Casey Jay Andrews” Lyn Gardner's Solo Picks of the 2022 Edinburgh Fringe

★★★★★ “Bound together with heart, song, poetry and love” British Theatre Guide

★★★★★ “A beautiful and bittersweet masterpiece of storytelling theatre” The Wee Review

★★★★★  Fringe Biscuit

★★★★  The Scotsman

Presented by: Casey Jay Andrews and Joanne Hartstone

Casey Jay Andrews is a is a multi-award winning writer, designer and theatre-maker. Casey is currently Senior Designer at Punchdrunk Enrichment and previously worked as Assistant Head of Design on Punchdrunk International's 'THE BURNT CITY'. As a Writer and Storyteller Casey won a Fringe First Award for her play 'THE ARCHIVE OF EDUCATED HEARTS' at the 2018 Edinburgh Festival Fringe which went on to tour to Adelaide and New York.

Joanne Hartstone is a multi-award winning theatre-maker, producer and presenter from South Australia. She has a reputation of producing artistic work of integrity and quality, and is a major figure of the Fringe world.

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