THE TALES OF PETER RABBIT AND BENJAMIN BUNNY
Sunday 09 June 2013 – 3pm
Peter Rabbit knows very well that he is not to go into Mr McGregor’s garden; especially as it was there that his father met his untimely end – put into a pie! But he cannot resist….. and it’s only after several nasty scrapes (and minus all his clothes) that he finally escapes home to a severe telling-off from his mother.
Friday 07 June 2013 – 7.45pm
Ballet Central 2013 will feature an exciting programme of ballet, contemporary, jazz and narrative dance. The varied repertoire includes a mixture of newly commissioned works and celebrated revivals, which showcase the talent of the company’s young and emerging dancers.
MAKESHIFT MUSICAL – A MERLIN FUNDRAISER
Friday 31 May 2013, Sat 01 June – 7.30pm
Daisy and Lottie came up with the idea for Makeshift Musical because it gave them the creative freedom to devise a production around their favourite musical numbers from the West End shows that inspire them.
BABE THE SHEEP-PIG
Sunday 26 May 2013 – 3pm
A perfect start to half term… Farmer Hoggett wins a piglet at the fair – and everyone knows what fate awaits piglets raised on a farm.
Friday 24 May 2013 – 7.45pm
Kit’s trademark sultry vocals and virtuoso guitar playing have wowed audiences across the UK through extensive touring with the guitar hero, John Etheridge. “A welcome curiosity, with a style that skips cheerfully across boundaries” said The Guardian when reviewing Kit’s unique blend of rootsy-blues and folk.
Saturday 11 May 2013 – 7.45pm
“Don’t step down Miss, take my advice. No one will believe that you willingly descended, people will always say that you fell”
A PERUSICAL OF MUSICALS
Sunday 05 May 2013 – 7.30pm
Don’t miss this opportunity to see the stars of the future as they perform routines from musicals such as Singin’ in the Rain, Into the Woods, Avenue Q and Moulin Rouge.
The Count Of Monte Cristo
Friday 03 May 2013 – 7.45pm
The perfect way to pretend you have read the 1000 page book! From this highly acclaimed company comes a fabulous telling of Dumas’ epic tale through the eyes of the employees of a cigar-rolling factory. Edmund Dantes is, falsely imprisoned by his jealous companions; he escapes and uses a hidden treasure to exact his revenge