Extraordinary, unexpected, indescribable - Feral Productions are back with Follow Me, an event which is probably best defined as an experience, and one which it's fairly safe to say will be new to most people.

What's undeniable is that Follow Me is very much of the mindfulness moment, an almost-hour that intricately combines immersive, multi-sensory entertainment with something not far off a therapeutic experience - no accident perhaps that it runs for 50 minutes. To reveal what happens in that time would be to spoil what's coming for those who have booked for Follow Me as it tours Herefordshire and Forest of Dean libraries, but they're in for a treat: an unforgettable and enchanting dream of a journey, fusing the Danish Ole Lukkoye story with Hoffman’s Sandman.

Feral's past productions, including Shattered, from which Follow Me has evolved, have included site-specific works - with this new chapter in the company's evolution, they've created a piece that, once again, is light years away from black box theatre, but this time, the site is the least specific aspect.

The tour continues at libraries in Ledbury (March 8 - 01432 383499) and Ross (March 9 - 01432 383280); Coleford (March 13 - 01594 833351); Lydney (March 15 - 01594 842769) and Newnham Village Hall (March 16 - tickets: https@//tinyyurl.com/yan8Is8I)

Tickets in advance or on the door. There are only 30 tickets per performance so please contact the venue direct to avoid disappointment. Running time 50 minutes.