Seamas Carey Meets His 4 Year Old Self, With A Choir

Image Credit: Image: Steve Tanner

The Godolphin Club, Wendron St, Helston, Cornwall, TR13 8PS

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Saturday 30 March 2019
7.30pm - 8.30pm
Admission Fee: £8
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/seamas-carey-meets-his-4-year-old-self-feat-tuesday-night-fun-club-tickets-56108859108?utm-medium=discovery&utm-campaign=social&utm-content=attendeeshare&aff=escb&utm-source=cp&utm-term=listing

An hour of heartwarming and ridiculous songs; plus a choir, time travel, nostalgia probing, rave music and tap dancing.

One day Seamas found an old cassette tape in the back of his car, on which he discovered recordings of himself as a 4 year old boy, telling stories and singing his heart out. He knew then that he had to do something with these artefacts of posterity and drag them into the present day. The end result is 60 minutes of remixed and recomposed songs, arranged for a choir whilst Seamas plays piano, talks about growing up and occasionally dances.

Featuring Tuesday Night Fun Club – a performance choir based in Penzance.

Suitable for anyone who is a child, or has been a child.

Directed by Agnieska Blonska
Choir led by Vicky Abbott
Running time 60 minutes

This event takes place at The Godolphin Club, Wendron Street, Helston, Cornwall TR13 8PS

Booking essential: Tickets £8 via Eventbrite.

CAST Café supper from 6.30pm, something hot and something sweet from £8 on a first come, first served basis – no need to book.

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