20 December - 30 December
|Time||7:00 PM - 9:00 PM|
It’s 1994. Christmas Lights switch on.
On 34 Seymour Street in Trowbridge, Angel and Noel are gearing up for their best Christmas yet.
Angel wants an Action Man Mission Extreme and a t-shirt with Brian Harvey’s face.
Noel wants a new Tamagotchi (he forgot to feed his last one) and a Trowbridge Town FC Subbuteo set.
Dad just wants to play crazy golf indoors, same as every year.
Mum wants to go somewhere, on a train, anywhere really, except here.
But first they have to see Marti Pellow turn the lights on.
Miracle on 34 Seymour Street follows Angel and Noel as they journey through the decades, from 1994 to today. From childhood to adulthood. From East 17 to Rage Against The Machine, Home Alone to Love Actually.
This December, Trowbridge Town Hall invites you to join us for a heartwarming story of a family trying to recapture the memory of an idealised Christmas, and of everyday miracles. Taking inspiration from stories shared by Trowbridge residents (and a few festive films), Miracle on 34 Seymour Street is a funny original play with songs that will leave you yearning for Christmases past that may never have existed.
Written by Florence Espeut-Nickless and Gavin Osborn.
Florence is a writer and actor from Chippenham. Having studied at Trowbridge College, Florence is developing a reputation as one of the most exciting new talents in British theatre. She is currently Writer in Residence at Pentabus, Open Session writer at Bristol Old Vic and Associate Artist at Strike a Light. Her award-winning solo show DESTINY is currently being developed by Wild Child for television.
Songwriter Gavin Osborn has spent fifteen years touring the UK, Europe and Australia with his heartwarming storytelling and quick wit. A regular on the festival circuit as well as BBC Radio 4 and 6Music, Gavin also co-wrote the acclaimed Stories For The Starlit Sky trilogy with comedian Daniel Kitson and, in 2021, wrote the Song For Trowbridge. He is currently working on his sixth solo album.
(Preview) Friday 17th December – 7pm
(Preview) Saturday 18th December – 7pm
Monday 20th December – 7pm
Tuesday 21st December – 7pm
*CANCELLED* Wednesday 22nd December – 7pm
*CANCELLED* Thursday 23rd December – 7pm
*CANCELLED* Friday 24th December – 2pm
*CANCELLED* Sunday 26th December – 2pm
*CANCELLED* Monday 27th December – 7pm
*CANCELLED* Tuesday 28th December – 7pm
Wednesday 29th December – 7pm
Thursday 30th December – 7pm
– Seating arrangements are subject to change due to changes in social distancing regulations.
– Please support the return of live events by taking a lateral flow test before attending.
– We support and recommend the use of face coverings by staff and attendees. This is a personal decision and not mandatory, but we ask everyone to respect the choice made by others.
– Do not attend the event if you are displaying Covid-19 symptoms, have tested positive, or have been a close contact of someone who is infected and are required to self isolate.