Anything but bleak

Dickens’ darkly comic masterpiece, ‘Bleak House’ is retold by the Pantaloons in a fog-filled adventure in Victorian London by way of Shrewsbury this March. A dead body is found in Mr Krook’s Rag-and-Bone shop and from there a web of mysteries untangle with far-reaching consequences.

The five actor-musicians bring the novel’s cast of over 50 characters to life in a thrilling tale of love, skulduggery and spontaneous combustion, described by Buzz Magazine as ‘enjoyable, exciting and incredibly funny…’

Prepare yourself for an adventure into Dickensian London at 7pm on Sunday 22 March at Theatre Severn, Shrewsbury. Tickets are £15.50; for more information visit theatresevern.co.uk or call 01743 281281.

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