An uplifting story about living in the moment is told in the enchanting tale “Wanderlust”, which will be staged at Sedgeford Village Hall on Sunday, February 26, at 7.30pm.
This is a presentation by the highly-rated Gramophones Theatre Company, with support from the arts and community development charity Creative Arts East.
Equipped with dictaphone and wellies, three women began a search for adventure. Visiting different corners of the country, they each hoped to bring back the most exciting tale.
What they found was something better. “Wanderlust” is a touching assortment of remarkable stories collected in Norfolk and Suffolk.
There’s a lady with twinkling eyes and her heroic journey of survival, an adventurer lost on Ben Nevis, and a man in a wicker chair fondly remembering his dancing days – all woven with original live music and some playful storytelling.
This is the second national tour by the Gramophones Theatre Company with “Wanderlust”, which has also been staged at the Edinburgh Festival.
Formed in 2009, the group has toured extensively to small-scale theatre venues and has received four successful Grants for the Arts.
Tickets for the Sedgeford show are £12, to include a glass of wine, available from the box office on 01485 570097.
This event is organised in partnership with Creative Arts East with funding by Arts Council England, Norfolk County Council and West Norfolk Borough Council.