Weston Operatic Society's Oppitts prepare for return to stage

Oppitts production Opening Up at the Blakehay in Weston

Opening Up is at the Blakehay on January 30 - Credit: Oppitts

As the nation continues to 'open up', dealing with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, one theatre group is preparing to make a return to the stage.

Weston Operatic Society's junior company, the Oppitts, return to the Blakehay Theatre this month with the aptly-titled, Opening Up. 

The production is a showcase of songs from musicals, stage and screen, featuring songs from the hit musicals Waitress, Rent, Amelie, 13, Matilda and from classics such as Oliver, Annie, Joseph, Copacabana and many more.

"From the company that have bought you the award winning sell out shows in the past such as Cats, Wizard of Oz and Bugsy Malone, this is a show not to be missed," said a spokesperson.

The show runs on January 30, from 2pm to 3.50pm.

Tickets, priced at £14, are available now via www.ticketsource.co.uk/blakehaytheatre/e-vpkjde