The Same Sky - A Musical is to return to Derby’s Guildhall Theatre from March 2-4, after a successful run there last year.
Featuring a story by Tim Harvey, The Same Sky has songs and music by Phil Baggaley.
The Same Sky – A Musical is set in the Nottinghamshire coalfields against the backdrop of World War One.
Billy, a poor miner, and Eileen, the pit owner’s daughter, are passionately in love.
Forced apart by the Great War will their love survive?
Bound together with beautifully original songs set in the folk/acoustic tradition, this moving story of love, loss and reconciliation is bought to life by an ensemble of talented actors and a 12-piece band.
Made in the Midlands, the songs are written by the acclaimed songwriter Phil Baggaley, most noted for his work with Derby folk group, The Open Road. The story was written by Southwell-based author Tim Harvey.
Beautifully designed and directed by Daniel Ellis, with songs and a script that will move you deeply,
The Same Sky – A Musical is a story about how hearts and minds are won, how love conquers all and how good can prevail.
Tickets are £15. For more information and to book tickets call the box office on 01332 255800 or online at www.derbylive.co.uk/whats-on/the-same-sky-musical.