CountryBoy’s Struggle is performing in Axminster as part of a national tour.
18:30 18 November 2012
Axe Valley Community College is hosting a performance of CountryBoy’s Struggle for one night only, on Thursday, November 29.
This performance is part of the Villages in Action (VIA) rural touring scheme which covers five of the rural districts of Devon.
CountryBoy’s Struggle is a unique debut solo show, written and performed by Maxwell Golden.
He plays more than 40 characters in this show to narrate a fast, funny and honest story of a young MC’s journey to the big city (London) from his rural routes.
This entertaining show is a mixture of hip-hop dance, spoken-word, comedy and story-telling.
It is suitable for age 12 and above (some strong language). Tickets are available from the reception of The Axe Valley Community College. Adults £6, children (under 18) £4.
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