“Bloody hell!” said The Stage of newcomer Sarah Louise Hughes, who takes the title role in The Rise and Fall of Little Voice, the final hit offering in the Barn Theatre, Cirencester’s inaugural season. Ahead of Mates co-founder Terri Paddock’s post-show Q&A with Hughes, director Michael Strassen and the cast this Friday night, we’ve rounded up other review highlights that show why Barn productions really are #theatreworthtravellingfor. Time to get booking!
Ahead of The Rise and Fall of Little Voice’s opening tomorrow night (11 July 2018) at the Barn Theatre in Cirencester, you’ve got to check out our gallery of production photos of the cast in action. These clearly show why Barn Theatre productions really are #theatreworthtravellingfor. Time to get booking!
Preparations are well underway for Michael Strassen’s much-anticipated revival of Jim Cartwright’s 1992 modern classic The Rise and Fall of Little Voice. which concludes the acclaimed inaugural season at the new state-of-the-art Barn Theatre in Cirencester. Final casting and creative details have now been announced – and we’ve got a first-look peek into rehearsals with the company too…
As we continue our feature series in the lead up to Iwan Lewis’ major new, social media-focused production of Simon Stephens’ One Minute, let’s catch you up on other developments at the newly opened Barn Theatre in Cirencester, which has got Mates co-founders Terri Paddock and Mark Shenton so excited. Have you seen the news about the Barn’s recent recruiting coup?
Banana Crabtree Simon, a one-man play written by television snooker commentator turned playwright Dave Hendon, officially receives its world premiere tomorrow night (22 March 2018) at London’s Drayton Arms Theatre, where it runs for three weeks only. Find out more, including what audiences have been saying in previews – and then get booking!