Exeter Northcott Theatre Announces BSC's GEORGE'S MARVELLOUS MEDICINE As Its 2014 Christmas Show
The Exeter Northcott Theatre has announced George's Marvellous Medicine as its Christmas show for 2014.
This acclaimed adaptation of Roald Dahl by Birmingham Stage Company shows a young boy who makes a marvellous new medicine to cure his grandmother of her terrifying temper. But when his grandmother drinks his special new potion, the most incredible things start to happen. And George's adventure has just begun!
Full of fizztickling fun and wizzpopping magic, George's Marvellous Medicine is set to delight children and adults alike this Christmas with this marvellous dose of family entertainment.
Off-peak Ticket Prices: A £20 B £18 C £16 D £12
Off-peak Family Tickets:
A £51 for 3 + up to 3 more tickets £17 each
B £45 for 3 + up to 3 more tickets £15 each
C £39 for 3 + up to 3 more tickets £13 each
D £27 for 3 + up to 3 more tickets £9 each
Peak Ticket Prices: A £28 B £25 C £18 D £14
Peak Family Tickets:
A £75 for 3 + up to 3 more tickets £25 each
B £66 for 3 + up to 3 more tickets £22 each
C £45 for 3 + up to 3 more tickets £15 each
D £33 for 3 + up to 3 more tickets £11 each
Schools: £10 for groups 10+
Age: all ages 5yrs+
Running Time: 1hr 40mins.
A Relaxed Performance will take place on Friday 2 January at 11am: Relaxed performances are specifically designed to welcome people with a learning disability, Down's Syndrome, Autism Spectrum Condition or sensory and communication disorders. There is a relaxed attitude to noise and movement and some small changes made to the light and sound effects. An easy way to understand the atmosphere is perhaps, 'the opposite of the quiet carriage on the train'.
The Birmingham Stage Company is one of the world's leading producers of theatre for children, adults and families. It is the resident company of The Old Rep Theatre in Birmingham where its shows are created and then tour nationally and internationally. The award-winning BSC works with Britain's finest living writers including David Almond,Terry Deary, Michael Morpurgo, Philip Pullman and David Wood. For more information about The Birmingham Stage Company, visit www.birminghamstage.com.