Touching tale by Rhum and Clay performed at two North Devon venues
A TOUCHING tale about finding light in the darkest of places will be performed at two Beaford Arts venues next week.
Theatre company Rhum and Clay performs its latest show, A Strange Wild Song. It's about a young man who is searching for meaning via the photographs he finds inside a roll of film left after his grandfather's death. From these he discovers a world of childhood and memory, as fragments of a half-developed war explode into the present day calm.
A Strange Wild Song takes the audience to northern France during the Second World War, where three children encounter a lost American soldier. Accompanied by an original award winning musical score the production fuses cinematic imagery, absurdist humour, and physical theatre to tell an epic story that aims to be both thought-provoking and entertaining.
Shows are at:
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Admirals Hall, Chulmleigh Community College on Thursday, March 14, 7pm. Tickets: £7 (adult), £4 (child), £20 (family) on 01769 580215.
Winkleigh Village Hall on Friday, March 15, 7pm. Tickets: £7 (adult), £4 (child) from D&S Supplies or Winkleigh Post Office. Details: Penny Griffiths 01837 83407.
Promoted by WASPS, Supporting The Arts In Winkleigh.