September 5, 2008
Live & Local Line Up a New Season of Hits
AWEST-END hit, a unique American folk trio and an epic jungle romance are coming to small venues in Warwickshire They are all part of the new Live & Local season offering top shows in community venues across the area.
Jenny Clarke, of Live & Local, says: "With a sell-out West End hit, a cracking music line-up and the best of the UK's rural touring companies, this will be one of our most varied and exciting seasons yet."The season kicks off with the West End sell-out show Lies Have Been Told by oneman tour-de-force Philip York (right).
It looks at the rise and fall of newspaper tycoon Robert Maxwell and the mysteries that surrounded his death.
It can be seen at Eathorpe Village Hall on September 13, and is followed by The Cheeky Chappie about variety entertainer Max Miller at Bedworth Heath Leisure and Activity Centre on September 25.
Other highlights include The Other Woman at Warwickshire College, Rugby Centre, on October 8 and Atherstone Village Hall on October 10, Hood in the Wood at Stretton on Fosse Village Hall on October 11, comedy caper Health and Stacey at Pailton VillageHall on October 18 and the Drum Blondes (top right) at Bedworth Health Leisure and Activity Centre on November 6.
Full details of the season are available in the What's On leaflet from 01926 402173.
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