29 Mar 2019
19:30 — 20:30
An hour of heartwarming and ridiculous songs; plus a choir, time travel, nostalgia probing, rave music and tap dancing.
One day Seamas Carey found an old cassette tape in the back of his car, on which he discovered recordings of himself as a four-year-old boy, telling stories and singing his heart out. He knew then that he had to do something with these artefacts of posterity and drag them into the present day. The end result is 60 minutes of remixed and recomposed songs, arranged for a choir whilst Seamas plays piano, talks about growing up and occasionally dances.
Suitable for anyone who is a child, or has been a child.
For those who fancy a quick meal or drink before the show, a pay bar is open and a delicious, vegan one-pot hot supper is available for £6 from The Exchange Cafe. Food available from 18.30 on a first-come, first-served basis.
Directed by Agnieska Blonska
Choir led by Vicky Abbott
see Seamascareymusic.com for more details