Thursday, 18 July 2013

Tyne at Live

Tyne
A visit to Live Theatre to see Tyne, which is a play which starts by referencing the theatre's exact location and its history, before taking a journey through time and location along the banks of the once shipbuilding and coal mining area of Tyneside.

Well envisioned and including various songs and music, both traditional and contemporary, it weaves tales of the area with a modern back-story to provide a context and linking theme. Thoroughly enjoyable.

Outside the main theatre is a map of the Tyne and an opportunity for those with memories to add to the wall of stories.

It's jam packed with extra tales. I just know we'll be out on the river during the week.
Tyne

3 comments:

Pat said...

I'd be interested in this.
My late brother was in mining and although he travelled all over the world - for most of his life his home was in Peterlee, Co Durham.

OldLady Of The Hills said...

This sounds very very interesting!

rashbre said...

Pat and Naomi The play certainly captured the imaginations of many in the audience.