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Bugsy Malone
Sun 7 - Mon 8 Nov

Bugsy Malone

Frankwell QuayShrewsburySY3 8FT

Auditorium

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RESCHEDULED DATES | Originally Sat 18 - Sun 19 Sep 2021 

Get Your Wigle On

BUGSY MALONE

Splurge guns at the ready Shrewsbury...Get Your Wigle On's Junior Company are back with Alan Parker's gangster extravaganza; Bugsy Malone!

You'll be taken back to the twenties and the fabulous Fat Sam's Grand Slam where two gangs comprised of entirely children come head to head in a battle of rivalry against a backdrop of prohibition. A talented cast of local young performers take to the stage with professional scenery, live music, original choreography and famous songs Fat Sam's Grand Slam, My Name Is Tallulah, Tomorrow and more!  
 
Relive the world famous 1976 movie and remember "We coulda been anything that we wanted to be" with Get Your Wigle On's Bugsy Malone perfect for families...big kids included!
 
£16 | conc £14.50 | venue hire
 
Play by Alan Parker
Words & Music by Paul Williams
Administered for rental and amateur stage rights by Boosey & Hawkes in the UK, Eire and other territories, excluding the USA and Canada.
Sun 07 Nov07:00PM Book
Mon 08 Nov07:00PM Book
Venue Levy
Where applicable, advertised ticket prices are inclusive of a venue levy, retained by the venue to sustain and develop the programme of arts and culture in Shropshire.

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