A new show by James Rowland
Attic is delighted to return to live performance in a collaboration with acclaimed writer, storyteller and performer James Rowland.
LEARNING TO FLY sees James tell the story of a remarkable friendship he made when he was a lonely, unhappy teenager with the scary old lady who lived in the spooky house on his street.
It’s about connection, no matter what the obstacles; about love’s eternal struggle with time; about music and its ability to heal.
It’s also about her last wish: to get high once before she died.
Uplifting, big hearted and hilarious, these previews are the first chance to see a new show that will tour the UK in 2022.
Age guidance 14+
Acclaim for James:
***** ‘Joyous… flooded with love’ Stage
**** ‘Thrilling… one mighty, passionate epic’ Scotsman
**** ‘Captivating… a generous, deepening hymn to friendship’ Sunday Times
15th – 17th July – Merton Arts Space at Wimbledon Library – 8pm
17th September – Arts at the Old Fires Station Oxford – 8pm – Book
23rd September- Longfield Hall, London – 7.30pm – Book
28th & 29th September – Tobacco Factory Theatres, Bristol – 8pm – On Sale Soon
7th October – The Spring, Havant – 7.30pm – Book
8th October – Attenborough Arts Centre – 7pm – On Sale Soon
15th October – Centre17, Walthamstow – 8pm – On Sale Soon
Made with the support of Arts Council England alongside Arts at the Old Fire Station (Oxford), The Spring (Havant), Tobacco Factory Theatres (Bristol) and The Attenborough (Leicester).