The Gingerbread man is the latest tasty offering to hit the stage at the Doncaster Little Theatre.
It is a great family musical play that kids will love, and they can join in and sing along.
Come and see the show next week.
It will be on stage at Doncaster Little Theatre, King Street, East Laith Gate, on Friday, September 4 at 7pm and Saturday, September 5 at 2pm and 7pm.
The theatre has an arrangement with the adjoining car park and concessionary tickets are available on arrival at the box office.
This is a Little Theatre Production and tells the story of Herr Von Cuckoo who loses his voice, so Salt, Pepper, Gingerbread man and Tea Bag help him to get it back as the ‘big ones’ will throw him out if he can’t cuckoo.
This Saturday the Doncaster Little Theatre Young Lit presents a play written by the students for students, entitled Dead or Alive.
The story is about the crime of the century, but, who did it? Who killed Geoff? Something strange is happening to Estelle, she had never been the same since Geoff‘s death.
Meet strange characters along the way, such as the evil psychiatrist and the fabulous detective.
Will we discover who did it? Come along and e discover who really did do it.
Tickets are £6. The show will start at 7pm.
The Young Lit caters for children and young people from the age of seven and delivers drama workshops during term time.
The workshops take place at Hall Cross Academy Lower School at St Michael’s Road, Bessacarr on Saturday mornings from 10am to 12am.
For further information please contact Barbara Upton at Doncaster Little Theatre, young Lit or phone the theatre on 01302 340422.
The box office is open daily from 6pm to 8pm at the Little Theatre.
Doncaster Little Theatre has a 99-seat auditorium with raked seating and a licensed bar. It is ideal for meetings and seminars.