This is a lovely idea. Why not log on and watch Pentabus live recording of one of the dramas that they normally bring to rural village halls. The first one ‘Here I Belong’
is a wonderful story about the decline of rural villages and one wonderful story of hope in adversity. It will make you laugh and cry, but it will also make you think. It was released last Friday but you should be able to watch it still by following the link below.
Then every Friday at 2.00 pm Pentabus will release another one. Go on give it a go.
To celebrate World Theatre Day and to help you through these uncertain times, we are going to release recordings of our past shows on our website and social media channels. They can be streamed for free. These will remain live for the next three months and will be released weekly on a Friday at 2pm for anyone to access.
The first production to be released will be Here I Belong by Matt Hartley on Friday 27 March, watch the trailer above and follow the link below to the live recording.
Our other shows to follow include Crossings by Deirdre Kinahan and Each Slow Dusk by Rory Mullarkey. The recordings will be accompanied by social media Q & A’s with cast and creative teams from the productions, details of which will be announced via social media.
We are extremely proud to have been the first company to live stream theatre directly from village halls into homes and community spaces across the world.