Summer workshops for all ages at Angles Theatre, Wisbech

Pictures from the last Angles Theatre production of the musical eight years ago.

Pictures from the last Angles Theatre production of the musical eight years ago. - Credit: Archant

Break up the boredom of your long summer holiday, make new friends and have some real fun creating a musical for an audience at The Angles Theatre, Wisbech.

Pictures from the last Angles Theatre production of the musical eight years ago.

Pictures from the last Angles Theatre production of the musical eight years ago. - Credit: Archant

With two summer workshops: Disney’s “AristoCats” Kids for five to nine-year-olds and Shakespeare’s Forgotten Rock ‘n’ Roll Musical – “The Return to the Forbidden Planet” for 10 to 81-year-olds.

“The Return to the Forbidden Planet is an amazing rock ‘n’ roll musical that combines Shakespeare’s ‘The Tempest’ and the sci-fi film ‘Forbidden Planet’ with over 30 famous songs like ‘Shake, Rattle and Roll’, ‘Good Vibrations’, ‘Young Girl’, ‘Shaking All Over’ and ‘Wipe Out’,” says Emlyn Moment, of The Angles.

Pictures from the last Angles Theatre production of the musical eight years ago.

Pictures from the last Angles Theatre production of the musical eight years ago. - Credit: Archant

“After a successful season in the West End, the show went on tour and to Broadway. For two years in a row it won the Olivier Award for Best new Musical. 2015 saw another sell-out national tour of the musical.”

AristoCats costs £50 for a five-day workshop from Monday 25 to Friday 29 July with a performance for the public on July 29. Forbidden Planet costs £80 for a 10-day workshop from Monday 8 to Friday 19 August with performances for the public on Friday 19 and Saturday 20.

Pictures from the last Angles Theatre production of the musical eight years ago.

Pictures from the last Angles Theatre production of the musical eight years ago. - Credit: Archant

Pictures from the last Angles Theatre production of the musical eight years ago.

Pictures from the last Angles Theatre production of the musical eight years ago. - Credit: Archant


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