A performance which tries to get to the root of Britain’s identity comes to a north Northumberland village hall next month.
States of Verbal Undress will be performed at Craster Memorial Hall on Friday, April 11.
In this vibrant and dynamic show, a cast of distinguished performers from diverse backgrounds have come together in a quest to find the voices of Britain today.
Based on interviews with Burmese, Iranian, Singhalese, Tamil, Chinese, Vietnamese and Britons with a multiplicity of identities, the show takes a poignant, funny and insightful look at what happens when new identities slip, when our roots show and when, caught off-guard, we are revealed in a state of verbal undress.
From the creators of the hugely-successful Curry Tales – RASA Theatre Productions, which has seven critically-acclaimed, award-nominated productions, that have toured nationally and internationally, to its name – States of Verbal Undress truly reflects what we share as a people rather than what makes us different.
Audiences are invited to enjoy a (free) pre-show, light supper and sample international cuisine.
The Craster Memorial Hall performance takes place at 7pm on Friday, April 11. Tickets, available from 01665 576226, cost £7.50, £6.50 concessions, £4 children or £18 family.