Millfield Theatre announces Lover's Rock Monologues as part of Black History Month celebrations

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Nov. 3, 2016, 11:09 a.m.

Celebrating Black History Month 2016, Punch Records present three living legends who transformed the sound of UK Reggae. The Lover's Rock Monologues brings the sound of enduring music to Millfield Theatre on Monday 31st October, 7.45pm.

Lovers Rock icons Janet Kay, Carroll Thompson and Victor Romero Evans come together to celebrate its golden years.

Fusing timeless music and theatrical storytelling, the Lover's Rock Monologues offers audiences a humorous and realistic account of the Lover's Rock lifestyle highlighting the fashion, attitudes and influences of the time.

Born in London, Lover's Rock defined a generation in the late 70s and 80s, creating a huge and influential sub-genre of reggae which gave women a voice in the traditionally male dominated realm of reggae.

Following a three-year successful run, the hit-show Lover's Rock Monologues brings the sound and stories of ageless music from the 80's direct to Millfield this autumn.


Lovers Rock Monologues | Monday 31 October, 7.45pm |price: 24, price: p23 Online

Book tickets online or call 020 8807 6680


Victoria Sanderson (Press & Marketing Manager for Millfield Theatre) | 020 8379 1461



  • Friday 21st October - Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield
  • Saturday 22nd October - The Rep Theatre, Birmingham
  • Friday 28th October - 2 Funky Music Cafe, Leicester
  • Sunday 30th October - Band On The Wall, Manchester
  • Monday 31st October - Millfield Theatre, London
  • Wednesday 2nd November - Norwich Arts Centre, Norwich

Lover's Rock Monologues is brought to Millfield Theatre by Punch Records. Punch Touring has developed a reputation for bringing high quality tours across the UK and are renowned for their presentations. Following their sold out six city Julian "Ju Ju" Marley UK tour, Punch are proud to be championing the sound of Lover's Rock across the UK this Autumn. More details available here: +

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