A NATIONAL touring theatre will be ‘moving mountains of music’ when it brings its latest show to Wem in October.

Little Bulb Theatre will brings its new show ‘Mountain Music’ to Wem Town Hall for one night only on Tuesday, October 5 at 7.30pm.

This unique theatre spectacle/concert creates an unforgettable tapestry of culture, migration and history exploring the roots of what we now call country music and its impact on popular music today.

Told in exquisite three part harmony, the show features the fiddle, bass, guitar, banjo and mandolin. It promises to touch, startle and entertain audiences up and down the country.

Rose Horner, director of Wem Town Hall said: “We are excited to welcome Little Bulb Theatre, in conjunction with Farnham Maltings, to Wem Town Hall.

“Their work is filled with innovative characters, beautiful imagery and exciting homemade music.


“It is sure to be a theatrical feast of tales and songs and a brilliant night out for music lovers.”

The show is part of Arts Alive Rural Touring, who will also be bringing the “intriguing, thought-provoking and powerful play" (Cambridge Independent) ‘The Bobby Kennedy Experience’ to Wem Town Hall on Saturday, October 14 at 7.30pm.

Rose added: “Studying the life of the most famous man never to become President, this is a theatre show not to be missed.”