Riding Lights Reviews
Newest Review: ... about, but I recommend a visit to either a York based play or a roughshod play. Riding Lights have a passion for people, and they are very active within their community. During the summer, they run a Summer School for people age 14 + with a range of acting abilities. Having attended this Summer School three times in the past three years, I can highly recommend it. The courses are fantastic, the tutors are very talented and you will make friendships that will last a very long time. Again there are further details about this on their web site. There are also many publications from their writers, including books on staging a performance as ... more
Customer Riding Lights Reviews (1)
by - written on 27/07/01, updated on 27/07/01 (Very useful, 63 readings)
The Riding Lights Theatre Company is a Christian Theatre company based in York. They have been running for quite a while now, but only moved into the present premises a few years ago. They produce many plays, some of which have been written by their own writers and others of which they have adapted from other well-known stories. Recent plays include, Dick Turpin, The Alchemist and First Hand. The first of these are fairly well known. First Hand, however, was written by a member of Riding Lights. It is about the early Church and sacrifices people made in the name of their religion. Riding Lights also produce 2 touring groups each year. These are called Roughshod and ... Read the complete review
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