Tomorrow evening (Friday 7th August) at 5pm in the Geoffrey Allen Centre, you will be able to see a great performance by High Peak Community Arts featuring young people from across the borough entitled ‘100 Wolf’.
The show is based on the book ‘100% Wolf’ by Jayne Lyons and in four months High Peak Community Arts have worked with young people from Gamesley, Glossop and Fairfield, Buxton to create another outstanding show to captivate all in attendance.
100% Wolf is the second show from High Peak Community Arts’ project Tall Tales, working in music and theatre with young people from Buxton & Glossop. The story comes from the book of the same name by Jayne Lyons, and takes us to the world of the werewolves who live among us. This first stage production tells the whirlwind tale of Freddy as he comes of age and transforms into a wolf for the first time. All does not go according to plan when it turns out Freddy is not like the rest of his family. Can he overcome his fears and redefine what makes him and his kind 100% Wolf?
Don’t miss out on your chance to see and hear a show that combines humour, horror, music and visual treats to tell the story of Freddy the young werewolf, struggling to deal with some great expectations.
It’s on from 5pm, on Friday 7th August at the Geoffrey Allen Centre, tickets are £3 (£1 concessions), available from the Gamesley Community Café, or on the door.
If you cannot make it tomorrow, its also on at 7.30pm, on the 9th August, at the Pavilion Arts Centre, St John’s Road, Buxton, SK17 6XN; Tickets £4 (£3 concessions), available from Buxton Opera House box office 01298 72190