Just what did happen to Amos Black that fateful day in Great Little Pumpton?
A Dog Named Grim is a short story based loosely on Lancashire folklore with country and western style songwriting. It’s a silly cautionary tale, told with music and humour.
Amos Black is a man with a hunger for dirty deeds and bad puns. He meets Grim, guardian of the local library and a wise sage in this tale. Beware the pies, taste the superstition and savour the colloquialisms.
An exclusive mini-performance by Black Liver for Spot On Stories.
Look out for further performances by Black Liver and Ruth Cockburn, our latest commissioned artist for our Great Harwood Library project.
Suitability: Suitable for ages 10+