Romantic comedy influenced by Richard Curtis comes to Halifax's Square Chapel

A show influenced by Richard Curtis romantic comedies such as Notting Hill and Four Weddings and a Funeral is coming to Halifax.

By sarah fitton
Sunday, 13th March 2022, 6:14 pm
Updated Sunday, 13th March 2022, 6:16 pm

Every Little Hope You Ever Dreamed (But Didn’t Want To Mention) will be performed at Square Chapel Theatre on Tuesday (March 15).

The show tells the story of a chance encounter between two soulmates, how they fall in love, how they come to be apart and how they may meet again.

Sam Freeman, the show’s writer and performer said: “The show’s a beautiful mix of storytelling and comedy - it’s warmly influenced by the Richard Curtis romcoms but with a more whimsical, Northern feel.

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The show is at Square Chapel on Tuesday

"It has part of me written into it, places I’ve been and seen. It’s a show written for the lonely hearted and those in love.”

The show tells five stories that start in isolation before gradually coming together as themes, characters, objects and words.

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