Regional Voice Theatre are proud to present ‘The Life and Times of the Tat Man’. This excellently performed, emotionally moving one man show was written by highly regarded Wednesbury-born playwright, poet and novelist David Calcutt. It is performed by Wolverhampton born actor and musician, Tony Barrett and is directed, Glen Buglass. The Tat Man’s voice is the voice of The Black Country and the true stories he tells are from The Black Country. The play is set in his home in the scrapyard where he weaves his tales transporting the audience out of the theatre, to places in his mind, by means of tales and song. The plot leads inexorably into the real and terrifying landscape of the First World War where dreams are shattered, and the Tat Man must find the pieces of his demolished dreams. He must gather them and rebuild a life that makes sense, so to keep his sanity. See: www.philbateman.com/live-theatre-at-northycote-farm-just-brilliant/
Doors at 7.30pm, Show at 8pm. Pay what you can after you have seen the show.
Humber Hotel, Humber Road, Coventry, West Midlands CV3 1BA
Saturday 1 Apr 2017