By Connie Osborne 03/08 Updated: 03/08 10:09
PART of Redditch's heritage will be brought to life at this year's Edinburgh Fringe Festival thanks to a town based group.
Indigo Arts is performing Eye of a Needle based on a story of Sally, a needler at Forge Mill, who meets the ghost of a girl who
was pulled out of the River Arrow.
This will be Indigo's fourth year at the Fringe having taken a break last year. A cast of 28 actors, aged from five to 32-years-old,
and a band, will travel up tomorrow (Saturday) to Scotland where they will perform from August 6 to August, 11.
The show is also set to be staged at Forge Mill and both nights are already sold out.
Cathy Moss, project director and write of Eye of a Needle, said: "It is brilliant to be heading off to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival
again, with such a talented young cast. It is an amazing experience for the young people involved, there is really nothing like it."
For more information visit www.indigoarts.org.uk or to sponsor them email email@example.com to contact Cathy
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