There aren’t many touring shows where fire, confetti and belts that melt your faces off are the key selling points, but that’s what makes Bat Out of Hell such a unique and refreshing addition to the touring circuit.
Hitting the highway until late 2022, after several staggering runs in Toronto, New York and London, Bat Out Of Hell returned to its proverbial Manchester home this weekend.
Glenn Adamson has just completed a run in The Rise and Fall of Little Voice at London’s Union Theatre. He’s also been asked back to appear in pantomime at Colchester’s Mercury Theatre, but what have his career highlights been to date and how did he come to be an performer?
The final production at the Union Theatre’s old residence has been an absolute cracker. Jim Cartwright’s The Rise and Fall of Little Voice is a brilliantly observed study of life in a northern town through the multi-faceted prism of Mari Hoff and her gifted daughter Little Voice (abbreviated to LV).
Staged in the Union Theatre, of which this is the last production to be held at this site before moving to its new premises just across the road, a perfect scene is before us.