Tales are told at Holloway
The new Live and Local season at Holloway’s Florence Nightingale Memorial Hall and the Crich Glebe Field Centre gets under way on Thursday, October 1.
Northumberland Theatre Company will be performing A Wife or the Gallows and other Telling Tales at the Holloway venue.
This will be an evening of six tale-telling misadventures with comic, swashbuckling, sad and bawdy traditional stories, linked through character, music and song in a Canterbury Tales, story-telling format.
The show includes popular Northern tales such as A Snowball in June and Midside Maggie’s Bannock, The Adventures of Launcelot Errington and his Nephew Mark’ and other unremembered classics!
Other tales are derived from the working roots of the North-East: fishing, mining, farming and ship building.
This will be an evening to delight, enchant and entertain with music, song and plenty of humour.
The show is aimed at those aged 13 and over and gets under way at 7.30pm.
For ticket details, you can contact the box office on01773 856545.