The Lost Story, an exciting and innovative family show formed in the round with underscored and recognizable tracks from the 1970s, comes to Mildenhall Library on June 12 as part of the Once Upon a Festival run by the Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds.
This is a story about fitting in and standing out, making new friends and treasuring old ones and hearing voices from the past that have words of wisdom for today.
“Each one of us is unique and has a voice. Friendship can lie in the most unexpected places if we have an open heart. hearing a voice from the past can give you just what you need to hear now. Change might feel scary, but it can offer exciting opportunities”, said Gilly Baskeyfield, artistic director of M6 Theatre Company.
This year with the support from Market Place Development Commission the festival is extending to Mildenhall.
Market Place is a programme that develops new ways to reach new audiences for the arts in Fenland and Forest Heath.
Mildenhall community are offered a unique opportunity of ‘try before you pay’ for this show.
Tickets will need to be booked as usual, but those who live in Mildenhall will be able to pay for the show after they have seen it as they exit.
Shows are at 11.30am and 1.30pm. Tickets are try before you pay, but need to be obtained in advance via 01284 769505, from Monday to Saturday, 10am to 6pm, at www.theatreroyal.org/shows/the-lost-story/ or in person at Theatre Royal in Bury St.Edmunds.