A new production team has been put together to stage the Aberdeen Students Charities Campaign’s latest annual fund-raising show.
And tickets for this year’s production, Tilly Elliot, which runs at His Majesty’s Theatre from April 22, have gone on sale to the general public online at www.aberdeenperformingarts.com, by phone at 01224 641122 and at Aberdeen Box Office at the Music Hall and His Majesty's Theatre.
Directing the young talented cast will be Dan Greavey, assisted by Alison Sandison, who with choreographer Rosalind Watt and musical directors Anne and Iain Hingston will give audiences a song and dance show to remember.
Staging six performances in four days, this year’s team have high hopes of matching if not surpassing last year’s hugely successful Wullie Wonkie and the Fine Piece Factory, which raised an astonishing £80,000 for local charities.
The traditional show, now incredibly in its 94th year, is famed for its parodies of well-known films and musicals, always adding a strong Doric flavor to the mix and previous productions have seen the likes of Spital Shop of Horrors, Mary Torphins and Back to the Teuchter on the HMT stage as laughter-filled audiences happily raise money for the local community.
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