Magical land of Oz

Bridgnorth residents will have the chance to go over the rainbow this February when Bridgnorth Musical Theatre Company present family favourite ‘The Wizard of Oz’. Set in the magical land of Oz, this classic musical follows the adventures of Dorothy and her pals the Scarecrow, Tin Man and Lion.

Following on from her award-winning production of ‘Fiddler on the Roof’ and ‘Annie’, director Louise Welsby returns to the helm for this year’s show, assisted by Emma Parker who directed last year’s show and the play ‘Cheshire Cats’, which was performed in Broseley during the summer.‘

The Wizard of Oz’ will be heading down the yellow brick road to Bridgnorth Endowed Leisure Centre from Tuesday 18 to Saturday 22 February. With various performances, tickets are priced at £16 – call 01746 761541 or visit bridgnorthmusicaltheatrecompany.co.uk for further details.

Caption- The Trees – Ella Shorthouse, Helen Payne and Sylvia Best

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