Beyond the End of the Road

@ Queen’s Hall Arts Centre, Hexham

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02 June 2017

7.30pm

Up to £14

Performance at Hexham Auction Mart.

When the city meets the countryside, all is not what it seems… what’s the news beyond the end of the road?

Following a successful work-in-progress performance at Queen’s Hall Arts Centre, Hexham in September 2016, this new musical will premiere at Hexham Auction Mart and tour across Northumberland until early July.

Entertaining, poignant and thought–provoking, be prepared to hear tales of family, friends and home life, farming, choices and changes. Ending with a ceilidh, each performance will be slightly different, unique to that place, its people and its stories.

Produced by November Club in collaboration with Highlights Rural Touring, Beyond the End of the Road is inspired by folk and traditional music and performed by a professional cast of 10 actors and musicians, with special appearances from local talent.

Music & Lyrics by Katie Doherty, written by Laura Lindow and directed by Cinzia Hardy.

Running Time: 2 hrs 30mins (including ceilidh)
Age Recommendation: 10 years+

Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England and with support from The Joicey Trust, Northumberland County Council and Queen’s Hall Arts Centre.

Venue
Queen's Hall
Beaumont Street
Hexham
NE46 3LS

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