Matt’s 2014 album, Wildest Dreams, was launched at a party at the Coach House Theatre in his home town Malvern on November 1st. A sell-out the event was an amazing success with the audience clamouring to be first to buy the CD which was on pre-sale at the gig. Take a look at the video which covers the events of the evening which started with a video of a European Tour Road Trip filmed by Matt and his then fiancée, now wife, Lisa. The video was followed by Matt ably assisted by long time music partner ‘Big’ Dave Small. Enjoy![…]
Ladies in Retirement by Reginald Denham and Edward Percy Set in the 1880’s and based on an actual murder, the play has been described as one of the best thrillers written for the stage. An atmosphere of mystery is evoked in a lonely house on the marshes of the Thames estuary where Leonora Fiske, a retired ‘actress’ lives with her companion Ellen Creed. A visit from Ellen’s eccentric sisters tests Leonora’s patience and she asks them to leave, but it is Leonora who subsequently vanishes. Nephew Albert, with his shadowy past, arrives seeking a refuge thereby adding to the complexity.[…]
Malvern Theatre Players (resident amateur company of Malvern Theatres) 37th Season The Accrington Pals by Peter Whelan On the eve of the First World War the young men of Accrington hear General Kitchener’s call for a New Army and become the smallest town in England to raise a Pals Volunteer Brigade. When they arrive in France, the brutal reality of the trenches is beyond anything that they were prepared for. And back home amongst the women they leave behind – mothers, wives, daughters, lovers – nothing can ever seem the same again. Based on a true story, this[…]
Trailer : https://vimeo.com/84575296 Running time: approx. 70 mins, no interval Contains some swearing, and is therefore suitable for 18+ audience A Stranger, a Savior, a Sacrifice. A tabletop football game in a café at a dreary seaside town out of season would seem to be an unlikely place to address one of the most important global problems of our time. Whether you worship God, football or the latest X Factor celebrity, one question is clear… is religion killing faith? Does ritual rule?