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Three Acres And A Cow
A History Of Land Rights And Protest In Folk Song And Story

The show has attracted and continues to attract a wide demographic of audience, both young and old. It is good to reach out to groups interested in folk music, storytelling, poetry, history, growing food, community forest projects, allotments, politics, activism (e.g. climate change and fracking campaigners), trade unions, religion, churches and other faith based groups (especially Quakers), farmers markets, veg boxes, community arts, current affairs and land reform.

Student campaigning groups such as ‘People & Planet’ and students/academics in History, Geography, Economics, Sociology and Politics are also worth contacting.

Co-hosting performances, stalls and pre-show shared meal

Quite often shows are co-hosted by some of the interest groups mentioned above, for example a local community food growing project and a Quaker meeting. Often other groups are invited to have their own stalls with material relevant to the topics in the show in exchange for promoting the show to their networks. A simple shared meal or pot luck can be a really nice thing to do before the show starts.

50 word condensed description

Connecting the Norman Conquest and Peasants’ Revolt with our housing crisis and climate change via the Enclosures and Industrial Revolution, the show draws a compelling narrative through the people’s history of England. Part TED talk, part folk club sing-a-long, come and share these tales as they have been shared for generations.

100 word description

Three Acres And A Cow is a history of land rights and protest in folk song and story.
The show connects the Norman Conquest and Peasants’ Revolt with current issues like the housing crisis, reparations, climate breakdown and food sovereignty via the Enclosures, English Civil War and Industrial Revolution, drawing a compelling narrative through the radical people’s history of England in folk song, stories and poems.

Part TED talk, part history lecture, part folk club sing-a-long, part storytelling session… Come and share in these tales as they have been shared for generations.

Featuring ***please ask for performers names***, see for more information.


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Quotes for the show

“I think about this show all the time. It has totally changed the way I think about colonialism, direct action and English nationalism. Thank you so much for all your research and positive energy bringing this show together. It’s wonderful.” Monique

“Everybody should see this show” George Monbiot

“Probably the most important live theatre you could ever see” Jay

“The history lesson I’ve always wanted. Thank you for a very entertaining/life changing Saturday evening. I’ll be looking at the land and listening to folk songs in a very different way” Emily

“Thank you for being a highlight of my festival… Fun, enlightening and empowering; at times I was joining in with the songs and at other times I was moved to tears.” Elliot


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