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19/09/2020

New Wolsey announce Autumn Season


1.-Sweet-CharityHeadlining the Autumn season for 2015 at the New Wolsey is a new actor-musician production of the classic swingin’ sixties musical SWEET CHARITY which runs from Thursday 3 to Saturday 26 September, directed by Artistic Director Peter Rowe.

Meet Charity Hope Valentine – a woman who always gives her heart and dreams… to the wrong man! Despite her dead-end job as a dance club hostess in the dubious Fandango Night Club she still manages to remain an incurable optimist. One day she meets sweet, unassuming Oscar and believes her luck has changed. But has she found true love and will all her dreams come true?

With brassy, toe tapping hits including Big Spender, If My Friends Could See Me Now, The Rhythm of Life and I’m A Brass Band, you won’t want to miss this story of a girl who just wants to be loved!

Other highlights of the season include:

Transport in co-production with the New Wolsey Theatre presents THE EDGE from Thu 8 to Sat 10 October. Set in the future, The Edge takes us on a touching and fantastical journey through weather and time to explore and pose vital questions about our future in a rapidly changing environment.

Direct from the West End, the Olivier Award winning JEEVES AND WOOSTER in Perfect Nonsense will run from Tue 13 to Sat 17 October. This hilarious production layers joy on joy, joke on joke, in a delightful evening of theatrical absurdity featuring P G Wodehouse’s iconic double act

Based on Terence Rattigan’s experiences as a tail gunner during World War II, Original Theatre’s FLARE PATH paints an evocative portrait of life in wartime Britain for the RAF bomber crew their wives and sweethearts, who were left awaiting their return. The show runs from Mon 19 to Sat 24 October.

After their sell out run of The History Boys this Spring, Sell A Door are back with THE SILVER SWORD from Mon 2 to Wed 4 November. Based on the novel by Ian Serraillier, this musical adaptation is set in the immediate aftermath of World War II following the Polish Balicki children search for their parents Europe is divided.

From Thu 5 to Sat 7 November, West Yorkshire Playhouse presents Maxine Peake’s witty, charming and critically acclaimed play BERYL, celebrating the life of unsung sporting legend Beryl Burton – the greatest woman on two wheels!

London Classic Theatre presents Alan Ayckbourn’s ABSENT FRIENDS from Mon 9 to Sat 14 November. First produced in 1974, the show explores friendship, marriage and what it ultimately means to be happy

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