theatre group's comedy drama receives praise
Princess Theatre Company performed an original comedy drama in
front of an impressed audience on Friday (September 19th).
Up' by Kim Cook was an original work about growing up in the North
in a not-so-conventional family.
tells the story of one family and how their lives changed.
lead role of Harry Liversedge - a drag act - was played superbly
by Sean Carr, with the other parts being played by Kim Cook, Ollie
Hulme, Lewis Coleman, Simon Parry, Callum Edwards and Antony Evans.
Liversedges (the Dragged Up family) were the first in their family
to own their own house. Mr L was determined not to lose the their
home in the period of hardship and three-day working weeks of
March 1974," said a spokeswoman.
therefore took a second job as a drag queen in a nightclub called
The Amsterdam and this has repercussions to the family's life!"
roles of the children featured in this production, were taken
The group's next shows are Out Of The Mist, a dramatised history
of the RNLI, on Novenber 7th and Hold The Line by Sean Carr, Fiona
Hulme and Rebecca Strickland on 13th December. Tickets are available
from The Princess Theatre.
Pictured: The performance underway by the group (pics Jan