Do you like to boogie?
Mr Carlton said: “It was an incredible tim when Return t the Forbidden Planet landed End, in what was a vintage year alongside shows such as Miss Saigon and Buddy. And it’s thanks to the audiences, who took it to their hearts and rocked out every night, that it became such a cult success.
“I can’t wait to bring it back 25 years later, to introduce it to a whole new generation and to reunite with original fans of the show. I’m thrilled to be able to return to the Forbidden Planet, along with the original esign team, and t reacquainted h Captain pest and his once more!”
to the anet is directed by Bob Carlton and choreographed by Frederick ‘Frido’ Ruth, with musical direction by Greg Last.
It is designed by Rodney Ford with lighting design by Mark Dymock and sound design by Ben Harrison.
Tickets cost £39.50 to £15 with concessions available.
To book call 01494 512 000 or visit www.wycombeswan.co.uk.
ATRIBUTE to one of the most iconic bands in British music history is on its way to Watford Colosseum.
I Love to Boogie With T-Rextasy is coming to the theatre on Sunday, January 25.
The band is the only official live tribute band dedicated to Marc Bolan and T-Rex, and the only band endorsed by Marc Bolan’s family.
Tickets are priced at £19.50, call 0845 0753 993.
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