Tales & Tea: Moscow Love Story



26th April

Further details

  • Space : Main House
Important information

This performance contains strong language, references to substance misuse and references to violence.

Chat, company, coffee and theatre! Join us for the next edition of Tales and Tea, our regular morning get-together for older people.

This month, Paul Jenkins will give a rehearsed reading ahead of his play Moscow Love Story.

Moscow 2001. A vodka-fuelled romance through the streets of young Putin’s Russia. Moscow Love Story is an untamed exploration of love and memory.

We will gather in the Sherman Theatre foyer at 10.30am before the performance starts and you’re free to sit wherever you like so can be socially distanced if you’d prefer.

Tea and cakes will be served in the foyer afterwards and the Café Bar will be open for those wishing to purchase lunch.

This is a relaxed and dementia friendly performance. There will be BSL interpretation by Nikki Champagnie Harris.

There will be a Post-show talk following the performance.

Tickets are just £5. Contact the Box Office on 029 2064 6900, email box.office@shermantheatre.co.uk or click the link above to book tickets.

Tales and Tea is supported by Gwendoline and Margaret Davies Charity and Arts Council Wales.

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