A few weeks ago, Diane Thornton of Tenterhooks spoke to The Touring Network at Lyth Arts Centre’s family day about “Call of Nature”, the touring interactive show for P1-3 with the “grown-ups who feed them”.

If you are keen to increase your family audiences through interactive, playful and outdoor theatre that blurs the lines between strandard theatre practice and setting – this is for you.  The show is extremely site responsive with an aim to attract families who don’t usually step into the theatre.

We streamed a Q & A onto our private promoters facebook group which you can watch back now here.  You can also check out the show’s tourbook profile here for date availability, fees and more information.

This is the first time we have live-streamed an interview between us and a performer, in an effort to bring our promoters closer to performers looking to tour the region.  Thank you Alex Patience for running the  Q&A on behalf of The Touring Network, Lyth Arts for hosting and of course Diane for your time.

If you are a member promoter and have any feedback, please feel free to email us

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