Tam O'Shanter Farm, Wirral
George Orwell’s classic, satirical tale starts out on Manor Farm, owned by the drunk, neglectful Mr Jones, who starves the animals and makes them work until they die. After inspiration strikes Old Major, the oldest pig on the farm, he incites his fellow animals to rebellion. Driving out all elements of human life and interference, the animals establish a new regime with a new name - Animal Farm. Under the guidance Snowball, Squealer and Napoleon - the farms committee of pigs, Boxer, Clover, Benjamin and the other animals work harder than they ever have toward their dreams of a better life.
Ultimately, however, the pigs have their own agenda, and as this is slowly pushed on the unsuspecting animal masses, under the guise of promises of a better world, they soon find themselves in a situation all too familiar.
Directed by Andy Byron and Abbie Rippon.
Good trivia fact: poster design by Clean Bandit’s Jack Patterson.
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