Friday, 9 September 2011

Playing to the home crowd


Here's a trailer for the London run of Lost In Mozart. On October 6th the show will make its London debut at the 200 seat Tabernacle Theatre Notting Hill, a very north London venue for a very North London play.

A few weeks before we began the Edinburgh run, the Evening Standard ran this article with the headline ' Landmark black venue 'turning into a trendy bar for bankers' - so I'm especially pleased to be bringing a play to the venue which challenges many common depictions of council estate (so called) 'gang' culture, portraying the urban landscape of North London as majestic, beautiful, and something that people who live there can take pride in.

Young people from the communities that inspired Lost In Mozart have written the lyrics for the rap sections within the play, so the show will be bringing their voice back into the Tabernacle.

Tickets for Lost In Mozart at the Tabernacle are available from http://www.tabernaclew11.com or through http://www.LostInMozart.com


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