Disappointed to be missing the Edinburgh Fringe Festival this year? Audiences can experience the vibrant spirit of the world’s largest arts festival in the heart of Hornchurch this Bank Holiday Monday. Following its run in Edinburgh, Tallulah Brown is bringing her new play Songlines to the Queen’s Theatre for one night only, and it’s not to be missed!
This brand new piece of gig theatre is a witty and moving coming-of-age love story in all its awkward teen glory. Songlines tells the tale of two troubled teenagers in the countryside, their unlikely friendship and their attempt to make sense of the confusing and at times harsh world around them.
Songlines captures the trials of growing up and the power of music in that process. The show features Brown’s award-winning band TRILLS, who perform a beautiful mix of folk and country melodies live on stage throughout the show, to emphasise the importance of music to the story.
★★★★‘Tallulah Brown’s play rides a wave of gentleness and empathy for teenage awkwardness’ FestMag
‘It’s a quiet, classic Fringe gem – the sort of show you could easily recommend to pretty much anyone’What’s On Stage
‘Comical, Entertaining’ Miro Magazine
Songlines comes to the Queen’s Theatre on Monday 27 August at 8pm. Tickets are £10.50 and can be purchased by calling the Box Office on 01708 443333, in person at the theatre or online at queens-theatre.co.uk.