Sweeney Todd comes to life on Angles Theatre stage in Wisbech

PUBLISHED: 12:15 11 October 2017 | UPDATED: 09:45 12 October 2017

Sweeney Todd is at The Angles Theatre in Wisbech

Sweeney Todd is at The Angles Theatre in Wisbech

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Sweeney Todd is being performed this week at The Angles Theatre in Wisbech.

Sweeney Todd is at The Angles Theatre in Wisbech Sweeney Todd is at The Angles Theatre in Wisbech

Adult theatre company, RATz, is brining the story to life tonight through to Saturday (October 14). The show is suitable for those aged over 14.

Sweeney Todd is at The Angles Theatre in Wisbech Sweeney Todd is at The Angles Theatre in Wisbech

The corrupt Judge Turpin wrongfully sentenced Benjamin Barker to life imprisonment goes the story. Benjamin Barker later escaped and changed his name to Sweeney Todd.

Sweeney Todd is at The Angles Theatre in Wisbech Sweeney Todd is at The Angles Theatre in Wisbech

He tried to return to his old profession of being a barber. So he hired a space above Mrs Lovett’s struggling pie shop.

Sweeney Todd is at The Angles Theatre in Wisbech Sweeney Todd is at The Angles Theatre in Wisbech

Sweeney Todd swore vengeance against Judge Turpin and with Mrs Lovett’s help, they devised a plan which unfortunately took both of them down a dangerous and deadly path.

Sweeney Todd is at The Angles Theatre in Wisbech Sweeney Todd is at The Angles Theatre in Wisbech

Tickets, which cost £10 per person, are available from www.anglestheatre.co.uk/sweeney-todd.html or by calling the box office on 01945 474447. For more information email office@anglestheatre.co.uk

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