Last night I attended LIVE Theatre at Northycote Farm in Bushbury. That is right- Northycote Farm!
It was the first time that Live Theatre was played in this ancient old farmhouse owned by the City of Wolverhampton Council. What an inspiring venue and it added so much atmosphere to the performance I was about to watch with Mary and two of our friends Chris & Cheryl Bates.
We all thought that this was just a brilliant piece of live theatre and the performance was riveting!
The venue just added to the story being told, and the audience was up and very personal with the actor. I think the arrangement was inspirational.
If you were thinking of going and didn’t! Well you missed a great show. The people behind putting this together were Hands on Wednesfield, Creative Black Country and Regional Voice Theatre
Tony Barrett performing The Life & Times of the Tat Man By David Calcutt
Now can I thank everyone who was involved in putting this magnificent show on for our community. Tony Barrett was powerful and was so very, very good, I couldn’t believe how fast the time passed!
There is only one more thing I can say about this kind of introduction to a local Arts initiative and that is More Please!