And So to Exeter...!

The show plays at the Bike Shed Theatre in Exeter  from Tuesday 1st – Saturday 5th March and we are all very excited a the prospect of working in such an amazing, unique venue!  We are continuing to fine-tune the show and have been overwhelmed by the fantastic feedback from audiences in Poole:

“The whole story…acting/facial expressions and music was absolutely brilliant…you covered the transition from Edith Piaf “hauntings” to a strong sense of self discovery, beautifully…including very current and important issues around relationships, domestic violence and alcohol…and the music…yummy!….What gripped me most was the fantastic strong beginning…the two characters portrayed beautifully and the “look” we got from Jonathan as he left the stage and turned…snarling into the light from under his hat! It’s a truly beautiful play.”

“Atmospheric, thought provoking, great songs/music. A good Friday night!  Best wishes for the rest of the tour.”

“Congratulations!  Your singing is quite amazing, and the Piaf stuff was superbly done – you really roll your rs.  I began thinking I should have brought my whole French group along – but then you went into your own songs – well I quess you wrote them – fantastic lyrics – well done, well done.”

Thank you so much guys!

Romano & I have been invited to perform on Devon’s Phonic FM Classical Journeys show on Monday 28th February at 12.00pm so tune in if you can. It’s on 106.8FM.

Keep coming back to find out more about how the Devon audiences enjoy The Accordionist and about the inspiration behind the show.