Attic and Arts at the Old Fire Station present
A new play with songs by Chris Bush
Touring late 2020
“Chris Bush’s beautifully crafted show is comforting and uplifting with just enough kick for those who find festive theatre too saccharine”
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ The Guardian
“It feels as if this one comes straight from the hearts of everyone involved, and it is great to see a new Christmas-themed show that delivers some emotional truth along with the cheer. I was quietly, unexpectedly moved.”
“Everything a seasonal show should be: effervescent, joyous, and touching.”
“Bush’s piece radiates warmth but has a tinge of melancholy…lively and vibrant…is creatively staged in the library space”
Chris Bush’s award winning work includes The Assassination of Katie Hopkins (Theatr Clywd), Standing at the Sky’s Edge with Richard Hawley (Sheffield Crucible) and Pericles (National Theatre).
Cast: Anna Crichlow, Dyfrig Morris, Annie Wensak
Designer: Alison Neighbour
Lighting: Lucy Adams
MD and arranger: Matt Winkworth
Suitable for ages 12+
From 22nd November – 1st December 2019 the show touring London venues including Wimbledon Library, Merton Arts Space, Clapham Library, Deptford Lounge, New Horizons Centre, Pollards Hill, Mitcham Library, Longfield Hall, Camberwell and My Raynes Park Festival before a run from 4th – 23rd December at Arts at the Old Fire Station in Oxford.
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