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The Very Grimm Brothers Unlocked

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Words & music. In the Time that nearly never was, Grimm Ade (poems) and Grimm John (gtr) accidentally lock themselves out of Castle Grimm up the road from you. Heart-warming and funny.

Featuring Lockdown hits The Rule of Six, No Mingling Please, The Dancing Tree, Three Holes, Vaccine, So, The Royal Inoculation, A Digital Christmas, I’ve Got A Bone To Pick With You, Open Up We’re Coming In, We Could Be Happy Here and many more.

‘a great mix of poetry, comedy, silliness and wistfulness –  a fabulous evening!’ Church Stretton Arts Festival

‘tremendous performance. Wow, Stormzy at the Tree House! A privilege and a treat for all’Pure&Good&RightPoetry

‘Edgy and enchanting. A passionate and heartfelt journey into the magic of our everyday lives.’ Dan Bowker

‘Brought a little tear to my eye’ Shona Powell, Nottingham Lakeside

‘you move real nice’ B.Zephaniah

 

Unlocked tells of their lockdown fears & woes & washing facilities, the relief of pilates, Boot Camp, raised beds and Castle Grimm’s secret. Told through poems, songs, music and Real Acting.

The Very Grimm Brothers are Adrian Mealing, a Malvern Poetry Slam Champ who sings à cappella with Men In General, The Singing Sous’Chefs, A Fistful of Spookies and The Spooky Men’s Chorale (Aus).And John Denton (gtr) who wears several musical hats including his John Denton’s Midnight Band hat.

Grimm guest Jeremy Fallowfield is crisp, fresh, surprising and still quite new. He’s happiest when seeing how far he can make his steel string acoustic guitar play old tunes & new tricks inspired and influenced by players such as Michael Hedges, Don Ross, Andy McKee, Antoine Dufour and Tommy Emmanuel.

Live sketch by Jim Morris. Where’s me specs? I put ‘em down somewhere…

FEAST – the Festival of Equality in Arts and Society through Theatre – returns for 2021 to bring Malvern a packed programme of theatre, workshops, dance, talks and more, from 20 – 28 September. This year’s venues include Malvern Cube, The Coach House Theatre, Elmslie House, The Octagon Community Centre and The Theatre of Small Convenience, which will host performances that are compelling, meaningful, provocative and topical. The events are linked by a belief in the vital role theatre and the arts can play in promoting our wellbeing and growth as a community, fostering an understanding of differences that makes us stronger.

Click here to download a summary of this year’s programme or visit the FEAST website for further details and to book.

 

Sunday 26 September

7:00pm

Coach House Theatre

£10