An­nie’s home at Christ­mas

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - The Guide -

ONE of the most suc­cess­ful mu­si­cals of all time opens at the Cam­bridge Corn Ex­change for a two week run.

The heart­warm­ing and time­less tale of Lit­tle Or­phan An­nie comes to the venue for the first time.

The pro­duc­tion al­lows a whole new gen­er­a­tion the chance to ex­pe­ri­ence a mu­si­cal about never giv­ing up hope, against all the odds.

Star­ring Su Pol­lard as the das­tardly Miss Han­ni­gan, An­nie tells the story of the gutsy lit­tle 11-year-old who, be­ing left on the steps of a New York City or­phan­age run by Miss Han­ni­gan, is de­ter­mined to find her real par­ents.

It also boasts one of Broad­way’s most mem­o­rable scores, which in­cludes It’s A Hard-knock Life, Easy Street, and the ever op­ti­mistic To­mor­row.

It runs at the venue from to­mor­row un­til De­cem­ber 31.

The win­ner of a com­pe­ti­tion run by The Guide for a fam­ily ticket to see the show (in­clud­ing a pre-show meal at the Crowne Plaza Ho­tel) was Veron­ica Ma­son, from Whit­tle­sey. Tick­ets range from £12.50 to £26.50.

Full de­tails of times and tick­ets for all the An­nie shows are at www.cornex.

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