Why See The Wizard of Oz?
We're off to see the Wizard!
Join Dorothy and Toto as they head down the yellow brick road on an exciting adventure to the wonderful world of Oz. Along with a rag-tag bunch of misfits, Dorothy learns about love, bravery and the true meaning of home!
This stage musical, adapted from the 1900 book, and subsequent, beloved 1939 movie, the most famous ever made, has all the charming songs, with a story that can't fail to lift the spirits every time.
What's the Wizard of Oz About?
Whilst living on a farm in Kansas with Aunt Em and Uncle Henry, Dorothy and her trusty dog Toto are swept up by a huge tornado that lands them into the technicolor land of Oz, into the magical Munchkinland, ruled by the beautiful Glinda the Good Witch. Wanting nothing more than to go home, Glinda bestows Dorothy with some spectacular ruby red slippers and sends her on her way to explore the wonderful world of Oz! With all your favorites, including Tin-Man, Scarecrow, Cowardly Lion and the green Wicked Witch of the West and her Flying Monkey minions along with all the classic songs!
Performance date: 7 April 2019
Suitable for the whole family
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