A brand new animal song for each letter of the alphabet. Learn fascinating facts about extraordinary echinoderms, distressed damselflies, crazy corals, batty beetles and amazing archispirostrepsuses. Expect the unexpected… and expect it to rhyme!
If you enjoyed the original, hilarious songs and energetic, imaginative performance of The Origin of Species, you will want to see the newest offering from its creator John Hinton. Tickets £10 in advance, £25 for a family of four, £9 concessions and £12 on the door. There will be a licensed bar and refreshments. All this is suitable entertainment for ages 5 to 105. Don’t miss this LIVE THEATRE in your village! See you there!
Saturday 17th March 2018, doors open 7:00 pm, show starts at 7:30 pm
£9 in advance; £8 concessions in advance (under 18 or over 60) or £11 on the door.
Suitable for ages 12+.
One singer, four musicians, twenty instruments and a show you will never forget. From RTS favourite Kel Elliott, we present ‘Truths and Tall Tales’.
With a new look band and brand new songs, Kel takes us into a world of lightness and shadows with songs of love, loss, happiness and woe. Kel Elliott presents an innovative set which as well as featuring her trade mark vocal and double bass playing also features a three man orchestra playing instruments which are far from the ordinary.
Kel introduces her band as they play everything from Melodica to Bass Clarinet and Accordion to Ukulele. This is a musical journey which captivates the audience with a sense of fun and mischievousness.
‘Truth and Tall Tales’ heightens the senses with songs that explore musical imagination and which tell the stories of the characters inside us all.
‘Truth and Tall Tales’ supports Kel’s forthcoming album and brings you to one of the most exciting and intriguing performances in the UK.
Standard (advance) £9. Child (18 & under) £8. Senior citizen £8. Standard (on the door) £11. Licenced bar and raffle.
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