Based on the book by Penelope Farmer. Adapted for the stage by Sarah Woods.
Rambling Heart bring this well loved story to life for audiences aged 10+.
'Absolutely fantastic production!'
'Funny, moving, memorable - Bravo!'
'Amazing. Really moving. Did the book proud.'
'A great story brought to life'
'Leaving feeling very emotional - beautifully done.'
'I loved it, just as I enjoyed the book when I was young. It works well as a play'
'A truly wonderful book and a lovely production'
'Really brilliant, brings back happy memories of book reading in the 1960s!'
When Charlotte falls asleep in her squeaky boarding school bed, it’s 1968. But come morning, she finds that she’s woken up in the year 1918 - and everyone thinks that she is a girl called Clare.
Day after day, Charlotte moves between her world and Clare's: becoming entangled in the chaos of wartime Britain and in looking after Clare's wayward sister, Emily. As the boundaries blur between Charlotte's two lives, she begins to wonder: is she really Charlotte at all?
Based on the popular young adult novel, Charlotte Sometimes explores how we define ourselves against the world around us - and by the stories that we tell.
CHARLOTTE SOMETIMES was performed at Oxford Playhouse's Burton Taylor Studio in Autumn 2015 following a research and development period, funded by Arts Council England.