James Rowland will bring a captivating mix of theatre, comedy and music to the Farnham Maltings when he presents his new show Learning To Fly on February 9 at 7.30pm.

Learning To Fly sees James tell the story of a remarkable friendship he made, when he was a lonely, unhappy teenager, with the scary old lady who lived in the spooky house on his street.

The show is about connection, no matter what the obstacles; about love’s eternal struggle with time; and about music and its ability to heal.

It’s also about the woman’s last wish: to get high once before she dies.

Uplifting, big-hearted and hilarious, this show is James Rowland’s first since his acclaimed Songs Of Friendship trilogy.

Learning To Fly is suitable for people aged 14 and above, and has been made with the generous support of the Arts Council England, Arts at the Old Fire Station in Oxford, The Spring in Havant, The Attenborough in Leicester and Tobacco Factory Theatres in Bristol.

For tickets, priced £15 (members £12), call 01252 745444 or visit farnhammaltings.com