By Anne Burrows - 29th October 2019 6:05am
Another fabulously successful TAVA event!
When Did You Stop Dancing?
By What a Little Bird Told Me Theatre.
Rachel told the true story of the Strasbourg dancing plague of 1518 alongside a modern narrative, with tenderness and tenacity — and touched our audience with a truly captivating show. A very special 'thank you' to What a Little Bird Told Me Theatre.
Once again, we've had very positive audience feedback which includes:
"Very thought provoking"
"Excellent — provocative and brave!"
"Difficult subject — well performed"
A very warm 'thank you' to all our supporters including Cheshire Rural Touring Arts, Audlem Parish Council, Cheshire East Council & Cheshire West and Chester Council, and Audlem-on-line for all their help in spreading the word.
We look forward to hosting our next show in the Spring.
What is TAVA? A small and friendly group bringing high quality arts to Audlem. Hosting professional arts events at affordable prices. We are part of Cheshire Rural Touring Arts and are a 'not for profit' group.
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