THERE will be a warm Lancashire homecoming for The Rise and Fall of Little Voice when it is performed at The Dukes this spring.
After its successful West End run last year, the curtain rises on the Lancaster theatre’s own version of Farnworth-born Jim Cartwright’s modern classic on March 24.
The Rise and Fall of Little Voice will be a highlight of The Dukes spring season and upholds its reputation for producing plays featuring music and rooted in the North.
The Dukes will see the return to Lancaster of director Amy Leach, who directed the record-breaking run of Sabbat, My Mother Said I Never Should and Peter Pan, at last summer’s outdoor walkabout show.
See the Lancaster Guardian (18-02-11) for full story.