|A Little Voice A Long Way From Here|
Young People's Theatre Company Return With New Voice
Date: 23 March 2010
The Norfox Young People’s Theatre Company, presents its sixth production, A Little Voice A Long Way From Here, written and directed by Liz Postlethwaite, the Library Theatre’s Community and Education Director, for three performances only in April.
The production, which features 17 young people aged between 15-18 drawn from all over Manchester, is suitable for anyone aged 14 and over.
When Amber was 11 years old, her mother disappeared, leaving her to be raised by her father. Upon his death when Amber is 17, she discovers that he wasn’t her father at all. Abandoning her life as she knows it she travels north, to unearth not only her family’s secrets, but also the truth about herself. Join Amber on a journey of discovery, cold nights and skies that are always starry.
Following the success in 2009 of Fugee and The Red Shoes -A Little Voice A Long Way From Here is supported by norfox, a regional charity supported by a consortium of North West property companies. The company offers young actors aged 15-18 the opportunity to develop their skills as performers within a professional theatre environment.
A Little Voice A Long Way From Here is at the Library Theatre from Fri 9 - Sat 10 April.
- by Glenn Meads
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