June Carter Cash: The Woman, Her Music and Me

Written and performed by Charlene Boyd and directed by Cora Bissett.

Produced by the National Theatre of Scotland and Grid Iron Theatre Company.

A woman in stage clothing, holding an instrument, standing in front of a microphone. Next to her are two children. They are in a playground.
  • Saturday 21 September
    7.30pm
  • Sunday 22 September
    2pm
  • Town Hall, Forres
£15 standard, £12 Concession, £5 Under 18 years of age

Theatre

BSL Interpreted (Saturday) and Audio-described (Saturday and Sunday)

The story of one of country music’s most iconic voices: June Carter Cash.

In this raw yet uplifting show, Charlene Boyd gets to grips with a life less ordinary. More than a simple biography of Junes life and music, this play with songs sees Charlene explore her own relationship with her musical heroine and their shared experience as performers and working mothers.

A powerful, personal journey of discovery stretching across the Atlantic from the Appalachian Mountains to the Glasgow high-rise flats, their tale is one of empowerment, endurance and perseverance. Inspired by the setting of Nashvilles legendary Bluebird Café, come take a seat and listen to their story…


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