Jan McNulty Posted May 1, 2014 Share Posted May 1, 2014 Tonight I saw Northern Broadsides production of An August Bank Holiday Lark at the Liverpool Playhouse. The play was commissioned to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the start of WW1. It is set in a small Lancashire mill town in August 1914 as the town prepares for the annual Rushcart festival. It centres on a Morris Men group. The production is a comedy and tragedy in equal measures and is utterly magnificent. The cast, led by AD Barrie Rutter, is incandescent. Please go and see this wonderful production if you get the chance. 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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