By Anne Burrows - 25th May 2019 6:07am
Another fabulously successful TAVA event!
Phil Grainger and Tom Figgins delighted our audience with a truly captivating show. Their amazing talent for storytelling and singing was phenomenal. Truly phenomenal. A joy to be part of.
We especially appreciated the company coming fresh from their tours in New Zealand and Australia to Audlem! A special 'thank you' to all at The Flanagan Collective and Gobbledigook Theatre.
Once again, we've had fantastic audience feedback which includes:"It was absolutely incredible! Opened my eyes to poetry.""Loved the traverse! Very immersive!""Utterly captivating!""Brilliant storytelling. Loved the music and emotion.""Superb!""Thoroughly engaging. I felt all the emotions -- great performances.""Lovely atmosphere. Excellent performance skills. Loved the footlights.""Amazing! So emotional and heartfelt!""Wonderful retelling of on an old story."
A very warm 'thank you' to all our supporters including Cheshire Rural Touring Arts, Audlem Parish Council, Audlem Public Hall (in particular to Geoff Stretch for all his fantastic help), Audlem-on-line for all their help in spreading the word, the fabulous Wincle Brewery and to Root. We look forward to hosting our next show in the Autumn.
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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