On Wednesday, May 6, at 7.30pm in New Deer Public Hall, Buddug James Jones presents something different for New Deer, Hireath - part theatre, part ceilidh,.
Although this is set in Wales it is in English so don’t worry as you will enjoy the humour and music so come along and enjoy a fun night out. In 1989, a farmer’s wife gave birth to a baby girl. In this moment Buddug James Jones became heir to her family’s three hundred year old farming dynasty.
Now as a modern young woman, Bud is desperate to change her destiny.
Leaving five generations of tradition behind, she sets out alone into the big smoke encountering men, heartbreak, drama and hilarity along the way accompanied by live music and Welsh cakes.
Sue Robertson, volunteer promoter said: “This show is a personal reflection on the wider issues affecting the UK countryside as younger generations leave rural life for more secure urban futures and feel the impact this has on the people and places they leave behind.”
Tickets, priced £10 and £8, are available from Pharmacy and Food for Thought, New Deer, 01771 644217/644366 or online at www.neatshows.org.uk
The show is sponsored by keenan Recycling.