Riding Lights and the Olympics

In my Easter post (here) I talked very briefly about the Riding Lights Theatre Company, a great Christian theatre company based at the Friargate Theatre in York. I've attended many of their shows, and quite of a few of their Summer Theatre Schools, with both being of a consistently high quality.
Riding Lights are currently touring their latest show, Monsieur de Coubertin's Magnificent Opymlic Feat!, which tells the story of Baron Pierre de Coubertin, the man responsible for reviving the Olympics in 1896. Having seen a preview of this show at the Riding Lights' Members Day back in February, it promises to be something very special. And because this show has been created especially for the London Olympics, if you miss it this time, you will miss out!
You can find the remaining tour dates and booking details at the Riding Lights website here. If you want to check out audience reviews for the play, you'll find that on the Riding Lights blog, Backdrop.

And while you're getting into the Olympic spirit, why not check out my review of Chariots of Fire ahead of its UK re-release?