Following on from Time & the Conways and First do no Harm with their Edwardian setting,”Fast Woman” is another story, based on true life, from the female perspective, to continue the Broadbent Theatre’s Autumn Season.
Literally roaring through the 1920s, motor sport heroine, dancer, nude model and general daredevil, Helle Nice’s remarkable story is brought to life and celebrated by Sandra Hunt’s boundless enthusiasm.
An accompanying musical picture is drawn with the magical guitar work of Finetime Fontayne, evoking a sense of inter war France with ballads, Gypsy Jazz and folk song.
“Going on past recent experience of the Lincolnshire Rural & Community Touring shows, we will be in for another treat”, said Ian Rushby, LRP chairman.
“To regularly host such talented professionals in Wickenby, even just for one night, is such a privilege.
“The actors often comment on how well our theatre feels, so intimate compared to larger venues or a village hall type venue.”
‘Fast Woman’ is at the Broadbent on Saturday, October 11
And the following week there is more music with the rescheduled ‘Time is Money’ - a Lincolnshire based tribute to the music of Pink Floyd.
Used to filling larger venues with their regular fan base, early booking is advised for the show on Friday, October 17.
“Its going to be interesting to see how the mega stadium light and sound show, which characterises Floyd’s concerts, is converted to the Broadbent’s intimacy,” added Ian.
Tickets for the shows are £9 and £8. Bookings and more details at www.broadbent.org or leave a message on 01673 885500.