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  • Susan Venn

    Saw Dare Devil Rides to Jarama last night at Blackwood Miners Institute. A history lesson with songs, humour and audience participation, with two fantastic hard working actor/musicians. What a great evening's entertainment. Sad there wasn't a bigger audience to see this wonderful production. I have e-mailed the Arts Council to encourage them to continue supporting you.

  • Leo Thomson

    is a play not to be missed it inspired me when i was going through radio therapy for throat cancer it lifted me up beyond belief an inspired production thank you Louise Townsend for this

  • Rebecca Smith

    This is a brilliant piece of theatre! I had the privilege to see it last night in a lovely village hall in Cadeleigh, mid Devon, as part of a Villages in Action tour. It pulls you in to the story from the very start and has the additional attraction of some very lovely music with beautiful harmonies. I knew very little about this period of history and it was therefore fascinating as well as an excellent evening of entertainment. If this play comes to a hall or theatre near to you, please go and see it!

  • Mike Treble

    "Splendid production, my dad's Spanish teacher from Rutlish School in South London fought in the Spanish Civil war. My dad was only 12 at the time but was very aware of the fight for justice and the people from all walks of life that fought there. The acting during the performance on Friday 3/2/2016 Buckerell near Honiton DEVON supported by Villages in Action was superb well done. The actors Neil Gore and David Haywood brought to life Clem's commitment to the cause of justice. We need people like him now!
    Additionally the drama design, costumes, authentic looking props added to the drama and reality of the time.
    An absolute tribute to all those people who fought for freedom in Spain.
    Please come further South West with the production. Regional drama at its best!"

  • David Heywood

    Dare Devil Rides Out to Jarama is a wonderful piece of theatre with loads of audience participation, humour, pathos and tragedy all presented in an engaging way. Tears of laughter and sadness combined. Not to be missed.

  • Lorene Fabian

    Went to see Dare Devil Rides to Jarama with my family at the Hat Factory in Luton last night. Particularly interesting to us because our Uncle, Joe Lees served in the International Brigade, knew Clem Beckett and served under him for a while, unfortunately Joe died soon after Clem at Brunette. Firstly, I would say the Hat Factory was a fantastic venue and the two hour play, well what can I say, it was fabulous. The two guys who took us through Clem Beckett's early life in Oldham and then his time in Spain, were so enthusiastic and we were all moved by this production. Well done to Townsend for remembering these important events. Loved it

  • Linda McAvan MEP

    "A great tribute to the International Brigades.'
    Thank you"

  • Paul Bloomfield MP

    Great performance from Townsend Productions at The Lantern theatre tonight. Don't miss last night tomorrow or see them on tour http://www.townsendproductions.org.uk/home

  • Lusia McAnna

    Brilliant performance at The Witham tonight of Dare Devil Rides to Jarama- Great script, music, singing and acting-a spectacular and passionately delivered homage to the memory and spirit of the International Brigades. So many gave up their lives, so that we could be free. Un dia venceremos! Thank you

  • Katy Andrews

    Thank you so much for bringing this little known story to our corner of the world. It was emotional, entertaining and educational. I have been inspired to learn more! How can we get more young people to come along and engage with our history? This is so incredibly relevant in today's climate.