Powerful story of love and redemption

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As part of a national tour, Paines Plow and Birmingham Repertory Theatre will bring Kate Tempest’s Hopelessly Devoted to the Maltings.
With live music and promising “lyrical fireworks”, the play tells the story of Chess, who is facing a lengthy sentence in prison. When her soulmate, Serena, is given parole, Chess faces total isolation. Hope comes in the form of a music producer looking for a reason to love music again. She finds a powerful voice in Chess. But to harness her talent, Chess must first face her past.

Wednesday November 19, 7pm. Tickets £15 / £13.50 concessions, Child £10, Student £8 (teacher free with every 10 students). Phone 01289 330 999, or see www.maltingstheatre.co.uk.

A powerful piece of theatre, recommended for those over 14 years of age only.