We are excited to announce that WANDERLUST
will tour for a second time!
It will tour rural venues in Feb/March 2017 supported by Arts Council England. “A heart warming, quirky production” (Public Reviews)
Date , Venue , Box Office
11th February 7.30pm , Torpenhow Village Hall, Cumbria , 01697371514
12th February 7.30pm , Ullock Village Hall, Cumbria, 01946862300
15th February 7.30pm, Nazareth Community Centre, Wales, firstname.lastname@example.org
17th February 7.30pm, Victoria Hall, Llanwrtyd Wells, Wales, 01591610487
18th February 7.30pm, Neuadd Dyfi, Penrhos, Aberdyfi, Wales, 07977943249
19th February 7.00pm, Gwaenysgor Village Hall, Wales, 01745852918
25th February 7.30pm, Freckenham Village Hall, Suffolk, 07542198933
26th February 7.30pm, Sedgeford Village Hall, Norfolk, 01485570097
2nd March 7.30pm, Uffington Village Hall, Lincs, 01780239463
3rd March 7.30pm, West Deeping Village Hall, Lincs, 01778380197
4th March 7.30pm, Ingham & Cammeringham Village Hall, Lincs, 01522731816
5th March 7.30pm, Belton Village Hall, Loughborough, 01530222897
Wanderlust is a story about stories, of ordinary and extraordinary tales and the journey, made by three women, to collect them. Setting off into rural Britain in the pursuit of the most exciting tale, they each found more than they were expecting. Wanderlust uses original live music and playful storytelling to tell an uplifting story about living in the moment.
★★★★ “Wanderlust is a lovely piece of theatre that has memory, love and above all life as its subject matter” (Downstage Centre)
We are very excited to announce we have received Grants for the Arts funding from Arts Council England to take our production Wanderlust on a second tour, this time to rural venues across the country and into Wales. Wanderlust was commissioned by Creative Arts East and supported by Curve Theatre and was developed using stories collected in rural areas.
We are also looking for a production manager to tour with the show! Please share with anyone who might be suitable.
★★★★ 1/2 “A heart warming, quirky production that is truly refreshing” (Public Reviews)
“This show will bring a smile to your lips, a tear to your eye and leave you pondering what life stories you may have to tell” (Arts Beat)
★★★★“This is all told with imagination, inventiveness, energy, emotion and sensitivity; making for an excellent evening at the theatre” (The Good review)
“You have really brought those stories to life and created a fantastic multi-layered show. It has really inspired me! I also loved the idea of collecting stories on the way and thought that you have embedded yourselves very well into this”
“Many thanks – Excellent show – very sensitive use of reminiscence and touching / amusing”
“Fresh, lively, original – generous and enchanting”
“A most enjoyable experience performed in an excellent medium, the music, the stories, the performance – great!”
“Beautiful, moving & engaging. Just 3 of the many words I could use to describe Wanderlust by The Gramophones tonight” (Chris Kirkwood, Chief Exec, Lincoln Drill Hall)
“Touching and funny it even enticed a few tears out of my sentimental old self” (Giles Croft, Artistic Director Nottingham Playhouse)