Told with sumptuous three-part harmonies and a five-piece string band, this is a journey of musical migration to the birth of what is now known as “Country Music”.
A play about songs that leave and come back again.
When pioneers from the British Isles came to settle in the Appalachian Mountains, they brought with them, in their invisible baggage, songs from “the old country” which took on a new life amidst the new land.
Join award winning Little Bulb Theatre as they weave a tapestry both historical and fantastical in an unforgettable evening of story and song. Told with sumptuous three-part harmonies and a (foot stomping) five-piece string band, we invite you on a journey of musical migration to the birth of what we now call “Country Music”.
Age Suitability: 11+
Friday 25 October, George Nympton Village Hall
7.30pm (doors 7pm). Tickets £7.50. £5 under 16s. £22.50 family (2 adults, 2 under 16s). Call 01769 579778 for tickets or book online from this page. Licensed bar and snacks available.