‘Little Voice’ by Jim Cartwright - Thame Players

Date: 
10 September 2019 - 7:45pm - 14 September 2019 - 7:45pm

In the play ‘Little Voice’ lives with her mother, Mari, whose sole purpose in life is to find another man. Mari’s imposing personality has driven her daughter into a life of seclusion, listening to her late father’s records. Mari’s latest ‘catch’, the small-time impresario, Ray Say, hears Little Voice’s faultless impersonations of famous singers and determines to exploit her talent. First performed at the National Theatre in 1992 The Rise and Fall of Little Voice is funny, sentimental and savage in equal measure – British drama at its best.
This is the second Jim Cartwright play to be performed by Thame Players in 2019 – the first being the very well received production of "Two" last May. One of the country’s most respected and popular playwrights, Jim Cartwright brings out all the humour, pathos and drama of the subjects he brings to the stage.

When: 10th - 14th Sept at 7.45pm
Where: The Players Theatre, Nelson Street, Thame
Tickets: Tue & Wed £8, Thu to Sat £10 (£9 concessions).
Online from www.thameplayers.co.uk
or from Spear Travels on 01844 217228