"It is about Selkirk and the people of Selkirk and in a way the performance is trying to show people some of these stories, but actually they are part of that as well.
"It is moving, magical funny and it is about the town and its people.
"It is about trying to build a bridge between the house and the town and help people celebrate their past."
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