Liverpool’s Tmesis Theatre’s latest production That’s Amore has been announced for a debut run, which will see a performance of the love filled show taking place at Bury’s The Met on Thursday 12th February.

Billed as a hilarious, fast paced, passionate and emotional piece of physical theatre which explores the vast world of culture and romantic love, the production, written by the award winning Chris Fittock, deals with issues such as chance encounters, hidden desires, emotional extremes and the science of romance.

Audiences can expect to be familiar with some of the songs featured, including Bonnie Tyler’s Total Eclipse of the Heart, A-ha’s Take On Me, Sinead O’Connor’s Nothing Compares To You, George Michael’s Careless Whisper, Leonard Cohen’s Take This Waltz and That’s Amore by Dean Martin.

The production is set to be directed by Elinor Randle, who for the first time in Tmesis’ 10 year history, will not perform.  She commented “I am very excited to step away from performing and to direct the new Tmesis piece with four hugely talented performers and a bigger and more visual new direction. The show has an amazing creative team and is a crazy, funny, emotional rollercoaster of a piece, which explores what we all want in the end, to be loved.”

“We want audiences to be caught up in the moment, swept away with the excitement, confusion and agony of romance. To recognise how love strips us of our dignity and just how funny it all really is.”

That’s Amore will feature a cast of four – Jennifer Essex, Adam Davies, Eleni Edipidi and Ross McCall.

That’s Amore will be performed at Bury’s The Met on Thursday 12th February.  Tickets £10 / £6 concessions.

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