News: Darren Clark’s Ordinary People plays Farnham Maltings for one night only

Prepare to be captivated by the rhythm and heart of Maidstone, Kent as ORDINARY PEOPLE takes center stage for a special one-night-only performance at The Farnham Maltings on Friday, 9th February, at 7 pm.

Supported by Parkwood Theatres Ltd, Farnham Maltings, Arts Council England and the PRS Composers Fund, this groundbreaking British musical brings to life the authentic and relatable tales of the ordinary residents of Maidstone, Kent, in an unforgettable celebration of community, love, loss, and the cherished moments that define us all. Through catchy tunes, powerful lyrics, and a heartwarming narrative, the musical transforms the everyday experiences of Maidstone locals into a spectacular and entertaining production.

Written by Darren Clark, the multi award winning writer of The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, ORDINARY PEOPLE is more than just a musical; it’s a tribute to the shared experiences that bind us together. Audiences can expect to be taken on an emotional journey that reflects the tapestry of life in Maidstone, all set to an infectious soundtrack that will have you tapping your feet and singing along.

Clark said: “ORDINARY PEOPLE is a truly unique project. It gives a chance for the so-called ordinary members of a community to share their stories and have them performed by extraordinary performers. It’s an incredible celebration of the lives of local people and proves that there’s no such thing as ordinary people and that everyone has a story worth telling.

Performed by members of The Hazlitt Institute as well as a cast of West End professional actor musicians, don’t miss your chance to witness ORDINARY PEOPLE, an enchanting ode to the heart and soul of a British town.

Details for the performance:

  • Date: Friday, 9th February
  • Time: 7:00 pm
  • Venue: The Farnham Maltings
  • Tickets only £3.00

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