IT WILL surely feel like a production that is coming home.
One Big Blow is a theatre piece with its roots in the country’s mining villages. It toured pit villages in the early Eighties when it was also filmed by Granada Television.
Tomorrow the production will be at the National Coal Mining Museum near Grange Moor courtesy of Romiley Little Theatre Group.
The play is set in a 1980s mining village and portrays two sides of a miner’s life. Audiences will see the tough conditions under which the miners work and the effects this has on their health. Then comes the contrast, the escape that the miners find when they play in a colliery brass band.
The production features original music by Rick Lloyd.
Tomorrow’s performance will start at 7.45pm with doors opening at 7.00pm. Tickets are £10 from the museum on 01924 848806.