TOMORROW'S DAWN Set to Perform at Brighton Fringe Festival 2014
TOMORROW'S DAWN is an original musical by Jeff Gallon & Fred Larrieu performed in English by a young and sparkling French company, called La Petite Famille (The Little Family). In this funny, sensitive, delirious musical, Tom is in love with Alice, who loves him too. But nothing is simple: they are young, they have parents and teachers... They are teenagers. Will they find themselves? Will they push all together the door of this new dawn?
This lively musical is about love and friendship. It also explores intergenerational relationships. A kind of immersion into the heart of the youth nowadays, in all its complexity.
It is an original work all in variations, with numerous and contrasted emotions, on a funny, moving or poignant tone, but resolutely optimistic, and turned toward the future. It is more than a show; it's an adventure.
"La Petite Famille" was created in 2007 in a French middle school. And it continued, with the same people, on its own way/ Specialising in musical theatre, the company performs original works in France and abroad (10 different countries), in the spirit of intense artistic and human adventure. Connected by a strong friendship, and after their tour in UK & Ireland in 2013, they are back to present their great musical, in English, in Brighton to reach new audiences and give a new moose to their incredible adventure.
Visit www.demainlaurore.fr for more information.
Performance dates will be Sat. May 3, 2.00pm, Sun. May 4, 2.00pm, and Mon. May 5, 2.00pm. Tickets are £ 9.50 / £ 8.00 (Cons). To purchase, call 07800 983 290 or visit www.warrenvenue.com. Performances will take place at The Warren: Main House (Russell Place, Brighton)