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Allington Village Hall

Postcode: NG32 2DZ

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It Is Now

Show Details

Presented by Anonymous Is A Woman

Performance date and time
Thursday, 14th February 2019
7:45 PM

Imagine every wedding you've ever been to; the frantic mother of the bride, the one relative who's had a little too much to drink… only this time it's the day of the 1966 World Cup, and everyone has an ear to the radio while no one keeps an eye on the groom and his bride's best friend. Chaos ensues.

Rising star theatre company Anoymous is a Woman draws you into the centre of their brilliant new show and welcomes you in as actual wedding guests. A charming, funny, fully and gently immersive night of theatre, with superb period details and some great swinging 60s music, from Dusty Springfield and The Supremes, to The Beach Boys and The Beatles.

Produced in association with the Live & Local DART programme (developing artists for rural touring).

'Excavates women's stories with spirit and invention.' The Guardian

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Performer's website
www.aiawtc.com

Running time
90 min + interval

Audience Type
Adults/Older Children

Age Range
15+

Ticket Prices
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Main Box Office Telephone Number
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Venue's website
https://allingtononline.co.uk/allington-village-hall/

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This performance is supported by:

Arts Council, England