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Meet Fred
Mon 3 Apr
Meet Fred
“Prejudice against puppetry is the only acceptable form of prejudice”(David Sefton, Artistic Director, Adelaide International Festival)Meet Fred, the two foot tall cloth puppet that fights prejudice every day. He just wants to be a regular guy, part of the real world, to get a job and meet a girl,…
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All Shook Up
Sat 29 - Sun 30 Apr
All Shook Up
An amateur performance by The Arts Centre Telford This American jukebox musical features the music of Elvis Presley. Somewhere in the midwest in the 1950s, Chad, a hip-swivelling, guitar-playing roustabout, is being released from prison. In a nearby dreary little town, young mechanic Natalie…
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Sorry! No Coloureds, No Irish, No Dogs
Wed 17 May
Sorry! No Coloureds, No Irish, No Dogs
This year Gazebo revisits one of its most powerful plays - an exploration of racism and migration - in response to events taking place across the UK and internationally. Two strangers find themselves in a room of suitcases, books and stories which take them on a journey of discovery, reflection and…
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Romeo and Juliet
Thu 29 Jun
Romeo and Juliet
Oddsocks are delighted to be breathing new life into Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet by giving it a musical Mods and Rockers theme.There’s Nowhere to Run To for the Capulets and Montagues as violent confrontation stalks every meeting, even Down at the Tube Station at Midnight. Meanwhile, Juliet’s…
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Jekyll and Hyde
Sat 15 - Sun 16 Jul
Jekyll and Hyde
* on sale soon *   An amateur performance by The Arts Centre TelfordThis musical horror-drama is based on Robert Louis Stevenson’s The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. Frank Wildhorn’s musical adaptation received critical acclaim following its Broadway debut. We are pleased to be producing…
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West Side Story
Sat 12 - Sun 13 Aug
West Side Story
An amateur performance by The Arts Centre TelfordThis is one of the most powerful musicals of all time. With a blend of classical and contemporary score this musical paved the way for the future of musical theatre and its themes continue to be as relevant as the day of its Broadway debut in 1957.…
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