Jan
24
Thu
A Hundred Different Words for Love
Jan 24 @ 7:30 pm

After the huge success here of last year’s “Team Viking”, James Rowland returns with this hilarious, heart-lifting story of romance, despair and friendship. This new show features live music, original songs (and unoriginal emotions) and is set to break hearts and put them back together across the country.

Looking back on a devastating breakup, master storyteller James Rowland shares his quest to survive in a way that every member of the audience can understand.  It has been said that the Eskimo language has some improbably large number of words for ‘snow’; how is it then that we struggle to find the right words to make sense of love?

Both hilarious and heart-lifting, this very personal story of romance, despair and friendship is told with great charm and wit, live music, original songs (and unoriginal emotions) and above all, heartfelt honesty.

‘Bittersweet and carefully crafted storytelling theatre about love, loss and friendship.’ The Stage

‘Utterly engaging.’ Reviews Hub

‘A Master Storyteller.’ What’sOnStage

 

Tickets now available at the Foxlowe and online: £11 in advance, £6 students: £13 on the doors.

Disability parking at rear of building.

Licensed bar, soft and hot drinks available.

liveandlocal.org.uk

Feb
21
Thu
I Ain’t Afraid of No Ghost
Feb 21 @ 7:30 pm

Tickets now available at the Foxlowe.

Do you believe in ghosts?   Imagine an ordinary home with extraordinary goings-on.

Over 30 years ago, director and performer Gareth Nicholl’s family home was haunted by a rather playful poltergeist.  Cupboard doors would open, Madonna records would spring into life in the wee small hours:  but the final straw came when the family pack of Kit Kats disappeared.

Using family heirlooms, icomic 80s toys, interviews, photographs and real-life home videos ion stage, Gareth sets out to get to the bottom of this paranormal mystery:  what was really going on?

A funny and nostalgic trip back to the 80s in a theatre show for adults and older children about the family home and its playful poltergeist.  It delves into the childhood of Gareth, the director and one of the performers, and draws you into a fascinating paranormal mystery set in a very recognisable suburban world.

”A quirky, creative performance that encourages your own overactive imagination, reconnects you with some sounds, sights and flavours of the past, and provides lots of laughs along with a few spooky surprises!”

Formed in 2005 by co-Directors Gareth Nicholls and Philip Holyman, West-Midlands based Little Earthquake Theatre Company  “exists to create events that will surprise, entertain, inspire and intrigue. The stories we tell invite audiences to scupper their expectations and escape the ordinary.”

 

Disability parking at rear of building.

Licensed bar, soft and hot drinks available.

liveandlocal.org.uk

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