Sewell Barn Theatre, Constitution Hill, Norwich NR3 4BB               Box office: 01603 626414                   Sewell Barn Trust: Registered Charity No 277724

The Sewell Barn Company


For One Night Only

Returning to the Sewell Barn Theatre, eventsBYpaddlefast present another intimate evening of musical entertainment

Tickets: £7(no concessions) Doors open at 7:30pm. Music starts at 8:00pm

Originally an acoustic duo Hot Raisin, otherwise known as Tory (Lead Vocals & Acoustic Guitar) and Mary (Lead Guitar), have recently been joined by three lovely lads! Luke (Guitar), Tom (Bass) and Daryl (Percussion/Drums). Either as a duo, trio or full band they have played venues, bars and festivals in the UK and overseas, showcasing their laid back vibes and upbeat charm. Combining roots Americana, retro infused indie and folk, Hot Raisin will transport you to a place of dreamy melodies and songs that are good for the soul.

Rain Valley People spin their original, left field (with a touch of French chanson), songs of the sea, lovers and loss via a combination of saxophone, vocals and guitar. Regulars on the vibrant Norwich music scene, the duo released their hotly anticipated first EP last year which has been featured on BBC6 radio, Future Radio’s playlist and on BBC Introducing. Melodic and spell-binding - just wait to be drawn in.

Andrew Taylor has been aspiring to write the perfect pop song since he began his musical career. In the interim, his gentle vocals, Beatles-influenced story-telling and guitar plucking are sure to have you delighted and entranced.

Saturday 9 March 2019

Thursday 25 October 2018

Broad  Horizons  Theatre  Company

are  proud  to  present:

Rebellious Sisterhood  -  Votes  for  Women

by  Karen  Forbes

Tickets: £10 (no concessions) Performance starts at 7:30pm

Mrs.  Emmeline  Pankhurst  is  not  a  well  woman.  Recently  released  from  prison, her  hunger  strike  has  left  her  weak  and  debilitated.  1913  has  not  been  an  easy year.  Family  arguments  threaten  scandal.  Financially  embarrassed  and  living out  of  a  suitcase,  she  is  terrified  at  the  prospect  of  being  returned  to  prison.  The only  sanctuary  is  with  her  friend,  the  composer,  Ethel  Smyth.  But  Ethel’s  love  for Emmeline  is  about  to  be  challenged  by  the  arrival  of  young  firebrand,  Grace  Roe, fresh  from  turning  East  Anglia  into  a  hotbed  of  Suffragette  protest.

This  exciting  play  takes  a  rare  glimpse  behind  the  scenes  at  the  private  lives  and  the personal  cost  paid  by  the  leaders  of  the  Suffragettes.