Trowbridge Town Hall stages first pro show
4:00pm Friday 9th November 2012 in News
Trowbridge Town Hall is set to host its first ever professional production as part of a project to develop the arts in the town.
Country Boy’s Struggle will be held at the hall, in Silver Street, at 7pm on Wednesday, November 21.
The production, a one-man show written and performed by Maxwell Golden, has been put together by Trowbridge’s Youth Action Group, the Town Hall Trust and The Pound Arts Centre.
Tracy Sullivan, a director of the Town Hall Trust, said: “We are thrilled to be working with the Pound Arts Centre and welcome our first professional touring show to the Town Hall, particularly as it’s a highly acclaimed piece aimed at young people.
“It is really exciting to see this amazing building coming back to life for the community.”
A Country Boy’s Struggle follows an MC’s journey from the cliffs of Cornwall to the streets of London and features a mix of hip-hop and comedy.
Mr Golden said: “It’s about what it’s like living in a rural area and wanting to make urban music, then moving to the city and finding it’s not what you expect – especially when your heart and soul is on the beaches and with the community you grew up in.”
For ticket information call 01249 701628 or visit www.poundarts.org.uk and they can also be purchased from Trowbridge Information Centre.
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