Close encounters in search for dad
THE Stevenage Lytton Youth s next production is Pennywhistle Paradise by Sandy Taylor from July 5-8. The production is being directed by Lesley Humphreys – she last appeared in Summer Holiday as Stella, Barbara s mother – the musical director is Steve Le
THE Stevenage Lytton Youth's next production is Pennywhistle Paradise by Sandy Taylor from July 5-8.
The production is being directed by Lesley Humphreys - she last appeared in Summer Holiday as Stella, Barbara's mother - the musical director is Steve Leigh and the choreographer is Slava Budin-Jones.
It is a cold Christmas Eve and two little girls, Bella and Polly are desperate to find their soldier father who they believe may have been killed in the war.
As they fail miserably in an attempt to find him they are suddenly whisked off to many magical lands in the hope that someone knows something about their dad.
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They encounter three witches, a king, a queen and many more characters during their search.
Get along to the Lytton Theatre in Vardon Road, Stevenage and enjoy this magical musical.
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Tickets are £6-£8. For further details contact the box office on 0870 777 7619
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Dumbing Down features first hand experience and news reports distilled into a comedy/drama about a young teacher at the start of his career.
The play starts at 7.45pm. Tickets are £8, concessions £7. Call the box office on 01462 455166.