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Palm, Wine & Stout
Tue. 26 October 2010 | 7:30 PM
Eastern Angles Theatre Company presents Palm, Wine & Stout, a wickedly funny new play portraying Segun Lee-French’s trip back to his father’s homeland, Nigeria, with his white mother. Relatives, customs and music combine in a theatrical journey that will amuse and entertain anyone who has explored their own family history or had to re-examine their assumptions.
As a poet and playwright, Segun’s work has been commissioned for broadcast on BBC Radio 3 and Radio Manchester. In 2005 he was nominated for the Arts Foundation Performance Poetry award. His new play, Palm, Wine & Stout, was commissioned for rural touring by the Theatre Writing Partnership.
Black British theatre has found an appealingly quirky voice in Segun Lee-FrenchDominic Cavendish, Daily Telegraph
This event is amongst 14 that were each awarded a bursary by Norfolk Community Cohesion and Norfolk County Council in partnership with the Norfolk Black History Month Steering Group.
- Cromer: Cromer Parish Hall, Cromwell Road, NR27 9PD
- 01263 519454
- £8, £6 concessions, £5 students. Tickets available online at Cromer and Sheringham Arts Festival or in person from Merchants’ Place, 16 Church Street, CROMER NR27 9ES.
- Eastern Angles Theatre Company
- 09 Sep 2010 18:59pm