Barton Theatre Company will be performing at Eccles Celebration again this year – however with a difference.
In previous decades, Barton’s Festival performances are already outdoors on the streets of Eccles but this time frame their performance in fact is, ‘Up Your Street’
This year’s generation, ‘Up Your Street’ is made up of six shorter pieces, written by Elaine McCann along with Joan Breen C both members of the corporation – and is described by overseer, Marit Schep, as:
“A theatrical coaster ride, in phrases and song, as a result of almost two centuries with life in Eccles
starting in the mid 19th century at the famous C or even infamous C Eccles Wakes, many of us move via the amount of King Cotton additionally, the mills, through the third and fourth world wars, for the hunger strikes with the thirties, the suffragettes as well as their modern day sisters – are available right up to date within a Beauty Salon ‘somewhere in Eccles as well as this in Fifty minutes!”
You can see Woul Up Your Street’ at The Roundabout, a travelling treatment room to be built from the side of the Parish Chapel, hosting plays, tunes, dance, exhibitions and so forth during the four era of the festival
The theatre concerns Eccles in partnership with the Lowry and Paines Plough touring theatre enterprise.
Barton’s performance of ‘Up Your current Street’ is at 6pm on Sat 10th September plus tickets are 2.
You can certainly book by calling The Lowry 0843 208 6010 (no making your reservation for fee ), emailing Barton Movie theater Company on firstname.lastname@example.org as well as by contacting Elaine upon 0161 707 5941
Weather permitting, Barton are hoping to keep up with tradition and point an outdoor performance from the play on Sunday Eleventh September at About three.30pm by Smiths Restaurant and the Railway Station.
There’ll be not any admission fee for this performance, but target market donations are desired, simply ‘pay what you can ‘
Writer, Joan Breen advised us, “We can’t let an Eccles Festival use without performing out of doors at least once, so were keeping an eye on the weather predict — and our palms crossed !”