The Journal Culture Awards - FINALIST
We're so proud to annouce that we have been shortlisted as a finalist at this years Journal Culture Awards.
Beyond the End of the Road has been nominated for Performance of the Year, and we have everything crossed until we find out at the award ceremony on 24th May at Hexham Abbey.
Thank you so much to everyone who has supported our rural touring musical and for nominating us in this category - we're delighted to even make the finals.
Beyond the End of the Road is a tale about the residents of their village P L A C E, their loves, their losses and their deepest secrets. Inspired by folk and traditional music, this is an award-winning show about rural life by North East writer Laura Lindow with music by Katie Doherty and performed by a professional cast of 10 actors and musicians.
Beyond the End of the Road covers a significant and relevant subject matter - set in a remote imaginary village called PLACE, the story is infused with anecdotes and memories gathered from rural communities, creating a unique musical exploring rural life.
"Utterly fab, caught the spirit of rural life and ticked all the reasons I'm here. Loved it. Come again." Audience member at Bardon Mill & Henshaw Village Hall.
"We are privileged to have such professional thought provoking musical theatre brought to our village. Such talent and performances were a treat." Audience member at Felton Village Hall.
Remind yourself of the performance below: