Winscombe Youth Theatre set for stage

PUBLISHED: 14:00 10 February 2017

Dress rehearsal for Winscombe Youth Theatre's Alice In Wonderland performance (LJ for SF)
4,02,17

Dress rehearsal for Winscombe Youth Theatre's Alice In Wonderland performance (LJ for SF) 4,02,17

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A North Somerset children’s theatre group is set to take to the stage this month, putting a fresh twist on a classic tale.

Evil Queens Morgan Sinclair and Maddie Preston
Dress rehearsal for Winscombe Youth Theatre's Alice In Wonderland performance (LJ for SF)
4,02,17Evil Queens Morgan Sinclair and Maddie Preston Dress rehearsal for Winscombe Youth Theatre's Alice In Wonderland performance (LJ for SF) 4,02,17

Winscombe Youth Theatre will perform Alice The Musical at Churchill Academy, in Churchill Green, on February 25.

The group, which is made up of 50 youngsters, has been hard at work in rehearsals for the musical.

Singing director Theresa Hemming said: “Come with us to Wonderland and meet the White Rabbit, see the antics at the Mad Hatter’s tea party, and a wealth of other characters. It is a must for all the family.”

Tickets for the show, which has showings at 11.30am and 3.30pm are £8-10, and can be bought from The Florist Shop, in Winscombe, on 01934 842004.

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