Life On The Road
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Life On The Road

We are part way through a national tour of Swallow and this Thurs 3rd Oct sees us back at Jacksons Lane. I love this venue and have quite a long history of performing there, the last time was over 10 years ago (!) in 2008 with Adrian Berry’s ‘A Christmas Carol’.  I played an aerial Ghost of Christmas (in the style of Fenella Fielding or at least that was what Ade wanted!) flying in the air in red silks “Tamsin Shasha in Mrs Steel’s Avenger‘s leather descending from above with some stylish lisse-work” or so said the British Theatre Guide.

I’ve looked for production pics but can only find this poster image:

The show featured Gordon Warnecke of My Beautiful Launderette fame (launching Daniel Day Lewis) and so we got quite a lot of interest…

So it’s good to be back with an entirely different animal and self penned (with co writer Maisy Taylor) and produced. We’ve been lucky to work with the wonderful Helen Tennison, director and co-deviser who has put us through our paces.

Tickets are selling out so book now!

Plans to tour the show nationally and internationally in 2020 continue apace.  Watch this space!