Ghostly comic mu­si­cal

West Lothian Courier - - The Weekend Ticket -

A new com­edy mu­si­cal will be staged in Liv­ingston.

‘The Sun­shine Ghost’is the new pro­duc­tion from Scottish Theatre Pro­duc­ers and Fes­ti­val and King’s The­atres, Ed­in­burgh.

A new mu­si­cal is from Richard Ferguson and Andy Can­non (formerly of Wee Sto­ries and one of Scot­land’s finest sto­ry­tellers) and is di­rected by Ken Alexan­der.

‘The Sun­shine Ghost’tells the won­der­fully comic story of the ac­qui­si­tion of Cas­tle MacKin­non by a love-struck bil­lion­aire.

The prop­erty ty­coon buys the land­mark for his fi­ancé, Astro­beth - Hol­ly­wood’s favourite as­trologer.

Brought brick by brick from a re­mote rocky out­crop on a small Scottish Is­land all the way to Naples, Florida, they soon dis­cover that the cas­tle’s pre­vi­ous owner has not quite left the build­ing.

The pre­for­mance will take place on Satur­day, Oc­to­ber 21, at 7.30pm.

Tick­ets priced £14 or £12 for con­ces­sions are avail­able from How­den Park Cen­tre on 01506 777666.

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