Dates and Times
Tue 9 – Wed 10 November at 7pm
Featured in our 2021 Autumn Season.
Our three-month autumn programme features extravagant new talent offering extraordinary new adventures in theatre. Join us! Our new sliding doors are wide open, our new bar is well stocked – and we’ve got a legion of artists here to entertain you…
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Presented by Rowan Rheingans
A Fringe First award-winner at 2019’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival, adventurous new writing meets the warmth of a folk gig in this heartfelt and personal one woman show, uniquely weaving immersive storytelling with live fiddle, banjo and original songs taken from Rowan’s brand new genre-melding debut solo album The Lines We Draw Together (The Guardian’s Folk Album of the Month).
Unravelling the joy and pain from a story of her grandmother’s youth in 1940s Germany, Rowan celebrates small acts of resistance and boldly asks a troubling question for our times: can hope for our future be found in the very darkest pockets of our history?
Co-written with Liam Hurley.
Supported using public funding by Arts Council England.
Supported by Women Make Music-PRS Foundation.
CONTENT TO CONSIDER
The company don’t believe there is any content to consider in this performance.
The company don’t believe there are any health warnings in this performance.
If you have any other questions or enquiries that are not covered here please do get in touch by emailing [email protected].
About the company
Rowan Rheingans is an award-winning fiddle player, banjoist, songwriter and theatre-maker widely regarded as one of the foremost innovators in folk music today.
Her debut theatre show ‘Dispatches on the Red Dress’, co-written with Liam Hurley, premiered at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2019 and won a Fringe First Award.