The Green Ship is brought to the stage

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The Green Ship is brought to the stage

Quentin Blake's the Green Ship is being brought back to life in the first ever stage adaption of the children's book.

The classic story is about two children who stumble across an overgrown garden harbouring a boat made of shrubs - who then set sail across the 7 seas.

The production was devised by the Librarian theatre, who will be temporarily transforming 50 libraries into theatres to take the show on tour.

The director of the production, Alex Lass has been speaking to James Dickman.

The Green Ship will be on at various Libraries across London from tomorrow until the 30th of June.

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