Wizard of Oz The Pantomime
It’s good to be back - no it’s GREAT to be back. The Warren cannot wait to entertain you all again with their colourful and magical story of The Wizard of Oz - brought to life in their wonderful pantomime. Cheer for Dorothy and her three loyal companions - Scarecrow, Tinman and Lion - not forgetting the adorable Toto of course! Boo at the nasty Wicked Witch of the West as the beautiful Glinda tries to stop her stealing the infamous Ruby Slippers. And laugh at Salt & Pepper - the silly flying monkeys. There’s something for everyone in the Land of Oz - so hold on tight - there’s a tornado coming to whisk you there right now!
All proceeds in support of local charities. A non-professional production by The Warren
When & Where
Following on from the highly acclaimed season at the The Roman Theatre open air festival, Act4theatre are delighted to present again this wonderful piece of musical theatre.
I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change, a feel-good musical comedy and is the second-longest running Off-Broadway musical.
This celebration of the mating game takes on the truths and myths behind that contemporary conundrum known as 'the relationship.' Act I explores the journey from dating and waiting, to love and marriage, while ActII reveals the agonies and triumphs of in-laws and new-born’s, trips in the family car and pick-up techniques of the geriatric set. The show does contain some swearing and sexual references.
The show is suitable for an audience over 16 yrs.
*Amateur Productionby Act4theatre*
Southgate Opera presents
Orpheus in the Underworld
Offenbach’s comic operetta Orpheus in the Underworld is a skit on the classical legend with a plethora of colourful characters and, of course, includes the famous can-can.
Orpheus and Euridice instead of being devoted lovers are bored with each other and each has a lover on the side. Euridice finds that hers is Pluto, God of the Underworld, and goes off to Hades with him willingly, is bored there, and allows herself to be courted by others. Orpheus would be happy to see the last of her, but a character called Public Opinion forces him to complain to the gods who allow him to journey to the Underworld to seek Euridice’s return. Will he succeed? Will there be a happy ending?
A non-professional production