The Riding Lights Theatre Company is bringing its new national tour, ‘Simeon’s Watch’, to the Queen Mary Centre, Wisbech on Saturday 12 November at 7.30pm.

As one of the UK’s most productive and long-established independent theatre companies, the play promises to deliver an unforgettable, entertaining performance, featuring a wonderful story about growing old,  discovering hope and being surprised. It’s a fantastic play that brings the whole family together.

With its roots in community theatre, Riding Lights maintains a commitment to providing theatre in the heart of communities nationwide. They use faith as a springboard to explore all aspects of life and produce inspirational theatre for young people, including annual Christmas tours for primary-age children and their families.

A performance is being held at the Queen Mary Centre, a community hub in the heart of Wisbech run by Luminus Ferry Project.

Keith Smith, Director of Luminus Ferry Project, commented on the show;

“Luminus Ferry Project is proud to be partnering with such a high quality theatre company to put on a great show for the community. Riding Lights look to increase discussion about challenging issues, and one of these is Dementia, a very important issue facing many people. Simeon’s Watch tackles this important topic in a sensitive, but highly entertaining way.”

Tickets £12/ £10 (Concessions) and can be purchased from the QMC (01945 581444) or online at ridinglights.org/simeon