A Christmas Fair, Malton
Jim Cartwright, who wrote the two modern classics Road and The Rise And Fall Of Little Voice, as well as some other pretty nifty plays, is a playwright whose work has been seen at the National Theatre, in the West End, and at major theatres across the country. But his latest piece is a brand new play which has been specially written for a tiny North Yorkshire arts venue, the Milton Rooms in Malton, which has been founded by Garry Cooper and Nick Bagnall and backed by Kathy Burke, Jools Holland and Bill Nighy. Appropriately, it’s about a group of villagers preparing for their annual Christmas fair in the local hall. But amid the bric-a-brac, emotions are stirring as Cartwright follows the stories of individual villagers. It sounds like lots of fun.
The Milton Rooms, Thu to 22 Dec
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