Still time to see Live Theatre's Flying Into Daylight
If you’re working in the arts in the North East, then one of highest accolades on offer is a five star review from The Journal’s David Whetstone. Despite being a fierce supporter of music and theatre in the region, he doesn’t dish them out lightly, so if you weren’t already taking notice of Live Theatre’s latest production, you probably should be.
Flying Into Daylight, which was unveiled by Live all the way back at their season preview in June, marks the culmination of the theatre’s 2014 schedule. In a year that’s seen a return for the award winning Wet House, as well as Ian McLaughlin’s autobiographical Good Timin’, Flying Into Daylight marks yet another success for Live’s in-house writing and production team.
Based on a true story, the performance follows the fate of a young women who leaves her mundane life in Britain and travels to Buenos Aires to learn the Tango. Written by internationally respected writer Ron Hutchinson and directed by the theatre’s very own company Artistic Director Max Roberts, the show is delivering on its early promise of being packed full of energy and drama. “One to watch” declared Whetstone, “in every sense”.