Taking Flight Theatre at The Unity Festival

Pillows dropping from the heavens, sleep walkers, crazy chickens, a little slice of Film Noir and loads of quality exciting theatre.  The Unity Festival - hosted be Hijinx Theatre is in it's forth year now and what a programme!  I am not being totally altruistic here - Taking Flight has a show I directed on during the family day on friday. It is one of the last chances to see Mark Ryan's Branwen Starling - it would be excellent to have a good crowd and the weather looks set to be on our side too -  which is fortunate as it's promenade and outside! There are loads of workshops and shows and street performances to be seen everyday..everyone involved is having a fabulous time.  Much of this brilliant festival is free so enjoy the sun and head over to the bay! See you there.

http://www.wmc.org.uk/unity

http://www.takingflighttheatre.com

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Comment by Miss Steph Jackson on June 29, 2011 at 10:26
Hi Elise, I am always keen to se and support Taking Flight Theatre productions and enjoyed Branwen's Starling recently at Plas Newedd, Llangollen, However you haven't said when or where this Festival is....... Hope to hear from you soon x

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