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Forthcoming Shows

Kipps: The New Half a Sixpence Musical

Flash, Bang, Wallop! WODS’ next production is a re-working of a classic musical by the writing team behind the stage version of Mary Poppins – “Kipps – The New Half A Sixpence Musical”. Arthur Kipps is an orphan, and an over-worked draper’s assistant. He’s charming but ordinary, but dreams of a better more fulfilling world. When he unexpectedly inherits a fortune that propels him into high society it confuses everything he thought he knew about life. With the help of his childhood companion and not-quite girlfriend Ann, and his friends, Arthur learns that if you want to have the chance of living the right life, you need to make the right choices. This new version of Half A Sixpence, which returns to the HG Wells semi-autobiographical novel, “Kipps”, in order to reinvent the musical for the modern age, has a stellar creative team and reunites bookwriter Julian Fellowes with George Stiles and Anthony Drewe to create the smash-hit stage adaptation. Julian Fellowes’ masterful adaptation returns the musical to its literary roots, in a timeless and contemporary way, and Stiles and Drewe’s brilliantly infectious new score harnesses the David Heneker classics with a joyous verve.

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Director
Chris Hooper

Musical Director
Sheila Boniface

Choreographer
Sian Williams

Our House – The Madness Muscial

18th - 22nd October 2022
 
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Shrek The Muscial

2nd - 6th August 2022
 

Director

David Humphries

Musical Director

Hattie Windows

Choreographer

Rachel Price

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The Sound of Music

18th - 22nd April 2023

 

Director

Chris Holloway

Musical Director

Sheila Boniface

Choreographer

Rachel Price

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Last Show

Director
Ann Turner

Assistant Director
Ann Hasnip

Musical Director
Ed Roberts-Malpass

Choreographer
Jenny O’Brien

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