“A very long time ago there were no dogs — there were wolves, but we didn’t like them and they didn’t like us.
Following on from his first two comedy/cooking shows ANARCHIST COOK and DIY CHEF we see George Egg return to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe with MOVABLE FEAST, his new show about making food on the move. It’s time for Planes, Trains and Automob-meals (sorry).
On The Border weaves together real, personal stories across 4 generations and 100 years of Irish history on the Northern Irish border. Through a charming new folk tale, you will be taken on a roller-coaster of emotions as we share the ups and downs of life on the border. Told through movement, storytelling & Irish music. A journey of culture, community & identity
A first for the Community Centre, this show will be suitable for the deaf and hard of hearing as it will be a signed performance.
Celebrated poet and broadcaster MURRAY LACHLAN YOUNG (Radio 4, Radio 2 and BBC 6 Music poet in residence,) stars in this thrilling new family performance perfect for audiences young and old!
“If you go down to the woods today you’re sure of a big surprise.”
Panto time is nearly upon us once more and Bitesize Theatre company have never failed to disappoint with their performances. They are always a sell-out and this year promises to be no different.
Tarvin audiences always go away with a smile on their face and suitably full of the Christmas spirit – ‘oh no they don’t. Oh yes they do!’