When audiences tell us how much they've enjoyed Journey to the Fifth Province they sometimes also say they hadn't known quite what to expect.  A few clues then about the show.

Take one distinguished actor with a wealth of stage and screen experience plus a voice that's rich and warm. Have him fill the stage with compelling stories, characters and humour brought to us by Ireland’s renowned writers and poets.

Now add one of the UK’s most thrilling and innovative harpists, known for her skill in bringing the harp out of the shadows and into the musical spotlight. That’s the unique mix of the show.

This production just won't fit into a pigeonhole.  More than a one-man show, you could say Journey delivers two for the price of one!  And it has toured widely, with backing from Arts Council England, to enthusiastic reception from both press and audiences:

-  ‘remarkable and entertaining… professional theatre that’s truly enriching’  Irish Times

-  ‘a spellbinding storyteller… a superb performance on the harp’   Ilkley LitFest blog

-  'startling and rewarding - don't miss this! 5 stars'  Remotegoat reviews

-  'ingenious, uplifting… a real privilege to see'   Director, Seven Arts, Leeds

Early booking recommended at The Hawth Studio – one night only, 14 November

Tickets £10 (£7 Hawth Friends)