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That Day We Sang archiveThat Day We Sang is the story of some of the children who sang on the famous recording of 'Nymphs and Shepherds' by the Manchester Children's Choir. The piece takes as its starting point a television documentary being made 45 years after the event, triggering memories of the day itself and the years in between. It's about the joy of singing, the power of music to evoke emotion, and being middle aged. The four people taking part in the documentary re-connect with their child selves as they piece together their memories of that day in the Free Trade Hall in 1929.
Performers Jenna Russell (Enid), Vincent Franklin (Tubby), Lorraine Bruce, Jemma Drake, Gerard Horan, Ian Marr, Martin Savage.
Author Victoria Wood. Producer Manchester International Festival. Producer Teatro Real Madrid. Director Victoria Wood. Design Lez Brotherston. Costume Lez Brotherston. Musical Director Nigel Lilley. Lighting Mark Henderson. Other Anna Flannagan (choir master).

That Day We Sang

That Day We Sang (Play) production archive for QTIX code T1943508079. Details of all That Day We Sang archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S0268213958

Archive Listings

6 Jul 11
16 Jul 11
Opera House
Greater Manchester

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