St Alphege Musical Production Society (STAMPS) are on the lookout for talented singers and dancers, for their November production of Crazy For You.
This wonderful Gershwin musical follows the story of Bobby Child, a well-to-do 1930s playboy whose dream in life is to dance. This high energy comedy includes mistaken identity, plot twists, fabulous dance numbers and classic Gershwin music including I Got Rhythm, Embraceable You and Someone To Watch Over Me.
So, if you can sing, dance and are free on Wednesdays before and during the first week of November, then you could be the man or woman STAMPS want. Tap dancing workshops and a show introduction begins on 15 April, 7.30pm at Oliver Bird Hall (see map below).
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Award-winning Peterbrook Players return to Solihull Arts Complex this April with their latest musical offering. Following on from their recent successes, including The Producers, Me & My Girl, Annie and Oliver, the Solihull troupe take to the stage with the Broadway blockbuster, 42nd Street.
The story follows Peggy Sawyer, a young girl with the hope of hitting the big time in New York City. After securing a role as a chorus girl, fate strikes and Peggy has a decision to make. Could this be the opportunity of a lifetime?
With a fantastic score, featuring classics like Lullaby on Broadway, Dames and We’re in the Money, 42nd Street is brimming with high octane tap dance and fantastic music, combined with a witty script that offers entertainment for all.
42nd Street runs at Solihull Arts Complex from 14 to 18 April. To book tickets for this energetic show, just click here or call Solihull Arts Complex box office on 0121 704 6962.
Please note tickets are selling fast, so to avoid disappointment and secure the best remaining seats, early booking is advisable.
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Coleshill Operatic Society is bursting onto the stage at Solihull Arts Complex this week, with the dark and murderous tale of Jekyll and Hyde. With a score that sends chills down the spine, audiences will be in for a bloody, but theatrical treat.
Following the story of Dr Henry Jekyll, who believes he can create a formula to split a man's personality, he ends up testing this ghastly potion on himself. As he transforms into the evil Hyde, he roams the streets of London and unthinkable things begin to happen.
The question is, will good conquer evil in this chilling tale? In a show that will keep the audience hooked right to the very end, this is one show you don't want to miss.
Jekyll and Hyde runs at Solihull Arts Complex from 17 to 21 March and is presented by Coleshill Operatic Society.
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Have a sneak peek at what to expect...
On Friday 13 March, audience members of Knowle Musical Society's (KMS) production of The Addams Family, are being encouraged to enter into the spirit of Comic Relief and come along in freaky fancy dress.
Sarah-Jane Busk, Publicity Officer for KMS, says:
"It's going to be such fun looking out at the audience all dressed up. It will truly feel like one big party. There are still a few weekend tickets left, some are only available from the box office, so if it says sold out online it is still worth ringing!"
There are three fantastic prizes on offer for best costume, but tickets are selling out fast! So, if you want a night with a bit of a difference, don't hesitate in booking your tickets. You can click here or call Solihull Arts Complex box office on 0121 704 6962.
The Addams Family runs at Solihull Arts Complex until Saturday 14 March, 2015.
KMS is an established and successful amateur group presenting one main production a year in the theatre of Solihull Arts Complex. For more information, just click here.
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