Blending fact and fantasy, Nostalgia, the latest creation from Nomadic Theatre, tells a compelling and entertaining story at the White Bear Theatre later this month. Book your tickets now!
The lyrical revue, which captures the memories and reflections of one man’s eventful life, runs at the Kennington venue from 30 July to 3 August 2019.
Nostalgia begins with the 1946 arrival, in West Yorkshire, of a young Polish woman from a German labour camp. Using conversations, comedy, poetry and music, the production captures a lifetime’s thoughts and emotions, ranging from the innocence of youth through the trials and triumph of middle age to the resignation of later life.
Jayne Beaumont leads the cast as Woman. She’s joined in the cast by Liam Weller (Young Boy), Nick Rutherford (Middle-aged man), Ian Recordon (Older Man) and Clive Eliot (Narrator).
The production is written and directed by Clive Moffatt, who is also the founder and Executive Producer of Nomadic Theatrical Productions. The show’s music has been selected and arranged by composer and saxophonist Andrew Liddell.
The busy summer season at the White Bear Theatre features an eclectic collection of shows. In addition to Nostalgia, audiences can see the Renassiance art world-set drama Reformation, a revival of Abi Morgan’s Splendour, camping comedy Past Tents, plus short runs of show Empty Chair in Moscow Embassy, Over The Garden Hedge and Cherie.
Nostaglia runs at the White Bear Theatre, 138 Kennington Park Rd, Kennington, London SE11 4DJ from 30 July to 3 August, with performances Tuesday to Saturday at 7.30pm. Tickets are priced £16. CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE!
More about Nomadic Theatrical Productions
Clive Moffatt founded Nomadic Theatrical Productions in 2014 with the aim of promoting new writing and adaptations of existing plays, and to give aspiring amateur and semi-professional actors and technicians a space to display their talents to a wide audience. Previous productions include Matthew Partridge’s adaptation of Tartuffe, set in 17th century England.