Following on from the success of this year’s musical, The Wizard of Oz and last year’s, Little Shop of Horrors, we are now in rehearsal for our next production, Disco Inferno, which will be staged on 14, 15 and 16 March 2018. The cast and chorus have been working with great commitment and enthusiasm throughout rehearsals and the familiar songs of the ‘70s, including Celebration by Kool and the Gang, Night to Remember by Shalamar and Sorry Seems to be the Hardest Word by Elton John  along with the ever popular girls’ karaoke anthem, I Will Survive by Gloria Gaynor, should get the audience out of their seats!

The cast includes Phillip Mann as Jack, the aspiring pop star, Luke Ames as Tom, his geeky (and very funny) friend, Ella Mackey as Jane, Jack’s long – suffering girlfriend and Hannah Fullwood as Lady Marmalade, the devil’s side – kick who persuades Jack to sign over his soul in return for fame and fortune. As in all the best Faustian tales, no good can come of this and things in Jack’s personal life begin to go seriously wrong as he climbs the ladder to success, sacrificing those he loves along the way. All is mended however, the minute Jack repents and the disappointed Lady Marmalade turns her attentions to Heathcliffe, the bitter and ambitious has – been pop star, played by Harry Plowman. Kimberley Azumah plays Kathy, Heathcliffe’s gold – digging girlfriend, until she sets her sights on the increasingly popular and famous Jack.  Kiera Mcphee plays Maggie, the object of Tom’s desire, who just wants him to dance with her. Callum Jackson stole the show as the cowardly lion in last year’s production. This year he plays Duke, the owner of Disco Inferno, with a ‘devilish’ side and he is also co – directing in order to build up his portfolio for entry to university, where he aims to study Drama and English.

Come and join the fun! Tickets will be on sale from February 2018.

Cast members from this year’s production of Wizard of Oz