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Saturday, 25 October 2014

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Family entertainment promised at spring show

FURNESS Youth Theatre’s spring show opens at The Forum, in Barrow, tonight.

Three different short plays by children aged between seven and 16 promise an evening of family entertainment for the next three nights.

The first play is a new take on the classic fairy tale Cinderella, called Disco Queen.

This is performed by a group of younger children, while the second play, No Way Out, is a modern-day drama devised by teenagers.

After the interval, Goldilocks and The Three Bears takes to the stage, containing a mystery solved by Shirley Holmes and her blundering sidekick, Watson.

Furness Youth Theatre has a long history of allowing its young people the opportunity to get involved with the production side of theatre, and this year’s show will feature direction and choreography from 15-year-old Sam Huck and Imogen Berry-Henshaw, 16.

The show runs at 7pm each night until Saturday and tickets are available from the venue’s box office.

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