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Five young actors put their own spin on contemporary life

PUBLISHED: 12:24 05 July 2012

Roughshod theatre company based in Norwich will be bringing their show,  called Take The World to St Luke's Church in Cranham

Roughshod theatre company based in Norwich will be bringing their show, called Take The World to St Luke's Church in Cranham

Copyright Andrew Dyer

»A lively and original new production is set to head into Cranham.

Norwich Theatre Company, Riding Lights will be performing Take The World at St Luke’s Church in Front Lane on Saturday at 7.30pm.

The show challenges our world of today, managing to destroy some modern myths and instilling an energetic spiritual perspective of hope.

True and contemporary stories are intertwined with historical parables through sketches, music and comedy, producing an entertaining show with a thought-provoking edge.

Take The World sees five actors – Joe Carron, Katie King, Michael Perkins, Peter Shaw and Stephanie Wrench – come together to put their personal spin on contemporary life.

The production consists of the actors’ views of the world and their own stories are used throughout, making it a truly unique, dynamic production.

The Riding Lights Theatre Company was established in York in 1977.

It is an independent charitable theatre company with a Christian ethos.

Riding Lights Roughshod is the professional touring arm of the theatre company, created in 1992 to concentrate on performing in places where live theatre is rare but very much enjoyed and appreciated, including schools, prisons and community centres.

Tickets are £5 (£3 concessions) from the box office on 01708 222562.

For information about Riding Lights Roughshod, visit www.ridinglights.org/roughshod.

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