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The Rise and Fall of Little Voice

Caroline O'Connor and Geraldine Hakewill star in this new production of Jim Cartwright's play-with-songs.

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The Rise and Fall of Little Voice

Date: 4 Jan 2019

In a northern English town lives a girl with a secret.

Little Voice hides away in her bedroom surrounded by her late fathers’ precious record collection of the great 20th century divas. She escapes into the glamorous world of Marilyn Monroe and Judy Garland whose stylings drift downstairs to a house ruled by her brassey, boozy mother Mari.

Caroline O’Connor is Mari and Geraldine Hakewill is Little Voice in this new production of British writer Jim Cartwright’s play-with-songs.

Shaun Rennie directs. Joseph Del Re, Charles Wu, Kip Chapman and Bishanyia Vincent feature.

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