Harlow Playhouse: James Rowland’s one man show set to fly back in
Entertainment / Wed 3rd Aug 2022 am31 08:06am
A NEW show from James Rowland featuring his captivating mix of theatre, comedy, and music.
LEARNING TO FLY sees James tell the story of a remarkable friendship he made when he was a lonely, unhappy teenager with the scary old lady who lived in the spooky house on his street.
It’s about connection, no matter what the obstacles; about love’s eternal struggle with time; about music and its ability to heal.
It’s also about her last wish: to get high once before she dies.
Uplifting, big hearted and hilarious, this show is James’ first since his acclaimed Songs of Friendship trilogy.
Age guidance 14+
Made with the generous support of Arts Council England, Arts at the Old Fire Station (Oxford), The Spring (Havant), The Attenborough (Leicester) and Tobacco Factory Theatres (Bristol).
Acclaim for James:
***** ‘Joyous… flooded with love’ Stage
**** ‘Thrilling… one mighty, passionate epic’ Scotsman
**** ‘Captivating… a generous, deepening hymn to friendship’ Sunday Times
This is an overissued Performance – After ordering your ticket, the seat for that performance will be on a first-come, first-served basis with the number of seats limited. So arrive as early as you can as entry is not guaranteed!