London stage play inspired by forest moth hunt – and Brexit

A Congleton native with roots in the local theatre community will take play with a local twist to the bright lights of London later this month. 
Phil Ball, who now lives in the capital, wrote Moth Hunting, about a mother and her two daughters who go searching for the insects in Macclesfield Forest, “carrying only a homemade moth trap, corned beef sandwiches and a lifetime of resentment”. 

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