Anyone who saw last years production "Much ado about Wenlock" at St Michael's Village Hall, will already know what an excellent show this is likely to be.
If you didn't see it you missed a treat, so don't miss this one!
The Regal Tenbury presents Finding Joy
A comic, anarchic, touching and heroic full mask adventure
Thursday 11th April 2013
Doors 6.30pm Show 7.30pm
What’s the show about?
Finding Joy tells the story of Joy Wilson, a funny and gentle 80-something,
and her grandson Danny, a teenager who’s going off the rails. When Joy
starts to finds it hard to remember things, Danny decides he will care for her.
Together, they discover a shared playfulness and a mutual affection. But is
that enough to take on the challenges ahead?
Finding Joy is about memory, ageing, love, and - of course - about Joy!
You’re unlikely to have seen anything like a Vamos Theatre show: it is full
mask theatre with no words, the story told through clever visual performance
and a vibrant original soundtrack. It is wonderfully accessible, unashamedly
nostalgic, and very, very playful.
Finding Joy is set in the 1930s, the 1950s
and the present day, and performed on a quirky and intricate set that’s full of
Who is presenting it?
Vamos Theatre is one of only a few companies in the UK specialising in full
mask theatre. They devise and tour accessible, humorous and fearless work
which showcases the best in full mask performance.
A Vamos production
brims with visual inventiveness, music, puppetry, dexterity and hilarity, and is
guaranteed to charm and entertain.
Who will like it?
Finding Joy is a very accessible piece of theatre that most audiences will
The subject matter makes it most suitable for those over 12 years.
There are audiences who may particularly enjoy Finding Joy including:
Young people, especially teenagers
Family audiences with older children (12+)
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Tickets are on sale from the Regal Box Office priced at £14 (£12 Concessions)
Telephone: 01584 811442