Joe, Ross and Ellie used to be in a band. They were pretty good too, making waves in the pubs and clubs across the rugged patchwork of England’s southwest. They even had a song on Radio 2. But that was all a decade ago and the songs, the stories, the secrets are long since buried. Until now.
Back together to play a one-off benefit gig in their hometown, the bandmates find a community reeling from a poisoning and a pandemic. Will the old songs still work their magic?
Written and directed by the award-winning Barney Norris (Visitors, Nightfall) and produced by Farnham Maltings (Mountain Music, Brilliance) comes an uplifting play about growing up, healing and rock n’ roll.