Visiting Company presented
Didn’t you just love Tammy Wall’s set in the Lilies on the Land interval? Did you, like me, wish you could sit and listen to her for an hour or so? Well now we can. On Saturday and Sunday she’ll bring the Fringe to a close with Tell Me on a Sunday, a 1970’s one-act musical, penned by Don Black and Andrew Lloyd Webber and originally performed by Marti Webb.
It’s directed here by Coral Walton and new Barn member Emrys Matthews (Complete Works of Shakespeare) with musical direction by Daniel Ephgrave (Bugsy Malone). It may only run for an hour, but it’s a golden hour, which includes songs like Take That Look Off Your Face and Capped Teeth and Caesar Salad. A poignant, intimate musical, perfect for the Studio and brought to you by some of the best of Barn talent.
Tickets are now available for just £10. Buy online or from the Box Office.
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Part 1, 18th Jan 8pm
Part 2, 19th Jan 8pm
Parts 1+2 20th Jan 2.30pm
Part 1, 23rd Jan 8pm
Part 2, 24th Jan 8pm
Part 1, 25th Jan 8pm
Part 2, 26th Jan 8pm
Part 1, 27th Jan 2.30pm
Part 2, 27th Jan 8pm