Maria: The Life and Music of Callas.
Wednesday 15th June
Doors:19:00 Start 20:00
Lauren Hope, who portrays Piaf, turns her talents to 'La Divina' Maria Callas. Follow Maria, the young child unwanted by her parents in war torn Greece, through her discovery at the age of 13 by Spanish opera singer, Elvira Hidalgo, to her changing opera into a blood and guts scenario, and her love affair and obsession with Onassis till their breakup. Interlaced with favourite arias like 'Oh Mio Babino Caro', 'Casta Diva' and 'Habenera', you will carry Callas in your heart.
DATE: 25th June
Doors; 13:30 Start: 14:00
It's the story of a young prince who has been given the mission to go and fight the terrible Yellow Dragon who has come back in the kingdom of his father the King. On his journey he is going to meet a lot of fun characters, learn about friendship, teamwork and not to judge a dragon by its cover.
This children's show is aimed at kids aged from 3 to 8 years old and includes audience participation games, puppets, balloon models and a lot of fun, laughs, smiles for the whole family !
DATE: 22nd June
Doors: 19:30 Start: 20:00
Piaf Love Conquers All returns to the Crouch end festival as part of 2 Divas in 1
This roller coaster show is a portrayal of Edith Piaf's life from her teens to her Je Ne Regrette Rien"
Laurene Hope is the spirit of the characters she plays as she jumps from the soprano of Callas to the dept and soul of the Little Sparrow
Extras are the accordion and Francis Kenny on the keyboards
DATE: 18th June
Doors: 19:30 Start:20:00
Revolutionary, proto-feminist, underground spy and the beating heart of South American liberation, Manuela Saenz died in poverty, all but forgotten by the history books – until now. Blending storytelling, physical theatre, comedy and live music, Lecoq-trained Tamsin Clarke brings Manuelaʼs story of love, loss and revolution vibrantly to life. With accompaniment by Colombian musician and guitarist Camilo Menjura (LUKAS Musician Of The Year 2014), Manuelita promises audiences a heart-swelling, toe-tapping night out at the theatre.
“As the audience is serenaded to their seats by guitarist Camilo Menjura, it is clear that Tamsin Clarkeʼs show is going to be something special. This is a hilarious, moving, tragic and heart-warming piece of theatre…one not to be missed.”
Coming To Moors
18th, 19th, 20th July
A new play by Seth Jones
More info coming soon
The Camden Fringe Comes to Moors