Play “Billionaire Boy” – Sunday 18 June 2017
A David Walliams bestseller: Follow Joe as he becomes the richest boy in the world.
Mr Spud has lost all his money. Not much….just a few billion pounds. Heartbreak Productions, Mr Spud and his son, Joe, would like to invite you to a garage sale (they used to own 500 garages) where they will be selling their final belongings to raise some money to buy food. The Formula 1 racing car has already been taken by the bailiffs, but there might be something interesting left. Bring your picnics, blankets and fold up chairs and come to hear the story of how Mr Spud made his billions, lost it all and how Joe became the richest boy in the world.
Performance at 4.00pm
Tickets: Adult £14; Concessions £10; Family (2+2) £40.
Tickets from Sale Waterside Arts Centre Box Office or phone 0161 912 5616
Outdoor performance in Walkden Gardens. Please bring something to sit on!
Musical Play “The Princess and the Pig” – Friday 4 August 2017
Folksy Theatre are delighted to be performing their musical adaptation of Jonathan Emmett’s “The Princess & The Pig’. There’s been a dreadful mix-up in the royal nursery. Priscilla the princess has switched places with Pigmella, the farmer’s new piglet! The kindly farmer and his wife believe it’s the work of a good witch. The ill-tempered King and Queen squarely blame a bad witch. It’s the sort of thing that happens all the time in fairy tales!
Bring along your picnics, blankets, folding chairs & friends & family to enjoy this wonderful open-air production, filled with music, and puppetry!
Performance at 4.00pm
Please visit http://www.folksytheatre.co.uk for information about tickets
Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night” – Saturday 12 August 2017
Folksy Theatre will be touring in summer 2017 with a production of one of Shakespeare’s most famous comedies, Twelfth Night. Two twin siblings, Viola and Sebastian, are separated in a shipwreck and Viola takes on the appearance of a man to be accepted to work in Duke Orsino’s household. It is here that the fun begins. It is a play about mistaken identities, about love and the madness it can drive us to. The production will be filled with Folksy’s touch of live music, bold characters and audience interaction. Bring along you picnics, blankets and folding chairs to enjoy this wonderful open-air performance.
Performance at 7.00pm
Information about tickets from www.folksytheatre.co.uk