Don't miss this opportunity to see a show rarely staged in this area. Showing at the Pump house this month!
'Remembrance' by the acclaimed Northern Irish playwright Graham Reid, directed by one of Belmont's most experienced members; Frankie Hogan. This uplifting tale of forbidden love in troubled Northern Ireland, will be at the Watford Pump House from Wednesday 25th to Saturday 28th February 2015 at 7.45 (Plus a 2.45pm Matinee on Saturday). Box office 07917 324179
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Our show this month - rarely staged
Reconciliation through love...
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'Remembrance' is a tale of true love in adversity played out against the tense background of a troubled Northern Ireland in the early 1980's.
Remembrance charts the love that develops between a Protestant father and a Catholic mother who meet in the cemetery where their sons are buried, both victims of the violence. Family members burden the courtship with personal bigotry, hatred and finally reconciliation. Remembrance is about how people on both sides succeed or fail at their lives in the circumstances given them and find the faith to continue.
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Rehearsals this week at Carpenders park
Exciting rehearsals with dialect coach Andrew Jack!
For our next show 'Remembrance' we have called upon the expert dialect coach Andrew Jack to guide us in the Northern Ireland dialect. This was a brilliant workshop session and we felt very privileged. He helped turn Robert Downey Jr into Charlie Chaplin in Richard Attenborough's Chaplin; in GoldenEye he taught Irishman Pierce Brosnan to perfect his British accent for James Bond, and taught the rest of the cast to speak with Russian accents; for The Lord of the Rings Andrew created the Middle-earth accents and taught them, along with Elvish and Black Speech, to the entire cast of the trilogy. He designed and taught the accents for the Greeks and Trojans in Troy.
You can read more about Andrew Jack here.
Belmont Theatre Company is proud to be affiliated with NODA