The Brewhouse Arts Centre are offering all BADAC members 2 for 1 tickets for two upcoming shows this January when signing up to their mailing list. This offer is available for either the Inspector Norse or My Darling Clementine shows.
LipService will be treating Burton Upon Trent audiences with their own self-assembly Swedish crime thriller, Inspector Norse, which has been playing to packed houses throughout the UK.Multi-award winning due, Maggie Fox and Sue Ryding, who play an array of characters will visit the Brewhouse Arts Centre, Burton Upon Trent for a performance on 29th January 2014 at 7.30pm. This gripping Nordic Noir, which takes us from Stockholm to the Arctic Circle, also features a 1970’s Swedish glam rock band, The Northern Lights, several trolls and a drunken moose and culminates in a startling climax that will leave you in stitches.
Wednesday 29th January 7.30pm
£14.00 or £12.00 Concessions
My Darling Clementine
The classic country duets were undoubtedly at their peak in the late ’60s and ’70s with Johnny Cash & June Carter, George Jones & Tammy Wynette, Dolly Parton and Porter Waggoner among others. Those timeless personal themes of love, often followed by marital discord, have now been revisited by My Darling Clementine (aka: Michael Weston King and Lou Dalgleish). After great reviews for their debut How do you Plead? the follow up The Reconciliation? was released in October and is attracting great reviews across the music press. These are songs of betrayal, regret, anger, guilt, revenge and hurt. But it is the contradictions which draw the audience into the music: two people sing to each other, about each other, while staring directly into each other’s eyes.
Friday 31st January 7.30pm £12.50
To take advantage of this offer please contact The Brewhouse Box Office on 01283 508100 and book tickets before 5pm on Tuesday 28th January.
Thanks to Helen Hardwick for the info.