Off The Ground & Firwood Waterloo Rugby Club to Host JASON & THE ARGONAUTS, Aug 1
This August, join Firwood Waterloo Rugby Club for Play Under the Posts as they present Off The Ground's first public performances of Jason & the Argonauts. Embark on an epic adventure in this unique setting, with Jason and his band of heroic Argonauts.
See how Jason uses all his strength and wit to evade the beastly Minotaur, how he and his gang avoid certain doom from the women on the Isle of Lemnos, and how they evade the lure from the enchanting sounds of the Sirens...and ultimately win in the quest for the Golden Fleece.
Can Jason survive and return home to claim his right to the throne?.
This is the first time Firwood Waterloo Rugby Club have organised such an event. Speaking of the initiative Dave Raywood, club Chairman, said:
'We are very excited to be bringing Off The Ground to the club, I can highly recommend it as a night out for all the family and we are keen that as many people from Waterloo and Crosby area come so we can make this an annual event.'
Bring a picnic, something to sit on and watch how the mighty Gods of Greece, Zeus and Hera, play with human lives to satisfy their own desires. A summer show not to be missed, packed full of song, sword fighting and heroic adventure across the sea.
Firwood Waterloo Rugby Club
The Memorial ground, 23 St. Anthonys Road, L23 8TW
Friday 1st August 2014
6:00pm Doors - 6:30pm show (running time 1hr 45mins)
£11 Adults, £8 (OAP & Unwaged), £5 Children
Tickets can be bought in person at the Firwood Waterloo Rugby club or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Phone: 0151 924 4552
This is an outdoor production and will be performed whatever the weather. We welcome picnics and encourage you to bring something comfortable to sit on: Please note no glass or umbrellas are to be brought to the performance.
About OFF THE GROUND: Off The Ground Theatre's first production was in 1994 with a contemporary revival of John Osborne's Look Back in Anger. However, the highlight of the first year was undoubtedly the open-air production of Twelfth Night, which toured stately homes in North Wales and Northwest England. The tour has been extended over the years and subsequent tours have played to full-houses both in the UK and Ireland. OTG also produces touring theatre shows for performance in theatres, outdoor venues and schools.
Off the Ground Theatre believes in giving as many people as possible the opportunity to partake in theatre. All our tours operate a strong youth policy which means employing young professionals we aim to provide training to those who wish to expand their skill-base, employment to those embarking on a career, and a fine evening's entertainment to those who want a night out!