This is a community play with all the drive and raw energy that that brings – sunshine on a cloudy day. The ensemble cast, crew and particularly Eastern Angles have done the city proud with this production. Let’s hope that ‘the story is not over yet’ (Peterborough Evening Telegraph Review)
There are just three days left to catch RIVER LANE – a love letter to Peterborough in its very special pop up theatre at Serpentine Green. There are a handful of tickets left over the weekend and, as ever, all details are over on Eastern Angles web site.
The River Lane Trailer and Soundtrack
Get the background on everything River Lane here
And whilst your at it sample the sounds of the show with this exclusive mix of the soundtrack for River Lane from composer Chris Warner
I posted on twitter (@matthewlinley) ‘#riverlane transforms an empty shop unit into a living, breathing love story of friendship and a city / it’s a community play with a huge heart (and a big moon) / a play whose five leads ease you back and forth through time, through Peterborough (and it’s lost pubs) beautifully supported by a cast of 50
Just saw awesome community theatre production in Peterborough #riverlane Gripping, thought-provoking, tear in my eye!
— Fiona Cumberpatch (@FCumberpatch) May 15, 2014
Definitely right call: @easternangles #RiverLane over Eurovision. Live theatre in unit under Tesco. Great performance pic.twitter.com/ub5Mob2rhY
— Ian Black (@canonianblack) May 10, 2014
href=”https://twitter.com/easternangles”>@easternangles #RiverLane was a fab history/musical mashup story about, in & of P-boro. Bravo @naojones @YICtheatre @BeckyOwenFisher
— Jess (@jesswoo) May 10, 2014
And an interview with some of the cast here (also first seen on idea1):-
Even further back here is a blog about the set reveal to the cast with designer Nicky Bunch. You can watch a video of the reveal here
Even before that here are the RIver Lane team talking about the volunteers needed to make the play work (which all seems a very long time ago, now).
Last chance to book