Richard Poynton recently asked me to plug Walsall Operatic Society’s latest show on The Brownhills Blog, which I’m happy to do. This respected, highly successful local musical institution get good reviews wherever they perform, and I can’t think of anywhere better to enjoy their unique talent than at Lichfield’s Garrick.
Contact the Box Office for details… you’re guaranteed a great night out!
New York in the 40s, small time gambler Nathan Detroit bets his big time pal Sky Masterson that he can’t make the next woman he sees fall in love with him. When the next doll happens to be the neighbourhood missionary Sarah Brown, the stage is set for an unforgettable evening’s entertainment.
This electrifying production by locally renowned Walsall Operatic Society is full of breathtaking dance routines, fabulous costumes and bursting with classic hits such as Luck be a Lady, If I Were a Bell, Sit Down, You’re Rockin’ the Boat and of course the wonderful title song, Guys and Dolls.
Walsall Operatic Society is constantly re-inventing itself. After the success of “Carousel” last year (now a Noda award nominee for the district for Best Production 2010), the company is delighted to be returning to this wonderful theatre to hopefully blow crowds away with its exciting new take on a classic musical.
The show runs from Tuesday 15th – Saturday 19th March at 7:30pm (2:30pm and 7:30pm on Saturday 19th) with tickets at £14-£17. For more information contact the Lichfield Garrick Theatre on 01543 412121