RIDING Lights Theatre Company is bringing a vibrant, sparkling show, packed full of entertaining stories and comedy to Studley and Mappleborough Green and beyond.
Called Kaleidoscope, it tells of a crowded house where a man walks a new walk, young lovers setting a teeth-chattering example of faith as a gangster starts up in the forgiveness business, a fool dreams of escape on a rocket to Mars… and a jaw-dropping moment for prisoners when singing unlocks the doors….
Hosted by Studley Parish Church, the company will be working with schools and the community from September 18-22, with a public performance at Studley Academy, New Road, on Saturday, September 21 at 7.30pm.
Plus there will be workshops at Studley St Mary’s CE Academy, Mappleborough Green Primary School and Studley High School during the week, as well as visits to Four Acres Care Home, Nightstop, and HMP Hewell.
Riding Lights are well known for their work with all ages in communities around the country and they are expected to make a huge impact in Studley and beyond.
Tickets for the public performance are just £8 (£5 concessions) which can be booked on 01527 850130.