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ED2012 Musicals Review: Street Cries Between (The Lines Theatre)

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New and inspiring musical ‘Street Cries’ captures the cries of those living within a city. Written and composed by award-winning Mitch Féral, this didactic piece is loosely inspired by Dylan Thomas’ ‘Under Milk Wood’. The show is narrated and performed by writer Féral accompanied by Kelly Craig, both delivering emotional performances which will strike a chord with most members of the audience. This show will have you in a flood of emotions, one moment you’ll be laughing at the realism of city life, and the next you’ll be teary-eyed; perhaps remembering your late grandfather who was also a war hero. ‘Street Cries’ will leave you wanting more and tapping your feet along to the addictive sound of ‘Moveable Feast’.

C, 1-27 Aug, 8.25pm.
tw rating 5/5 | [Emma Obank]


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