If you fancy a night of laughter and music to get rid of your January blues then head to The Hope Street Theatre to see A Chorus Of Disapproval! From Weds 12th — Fri 14th February, the award winning Keyhole Theatre Company are bringing an all singing all dancing comedy to Liverpool’s fantastic venue and it’s one not to miss!

For tickets and more info CLICK HERE!

The play is about an amateur dramatics group performing their version of ‘The Beggar’s Opera’, only for outrageous shenanigans to ensue. With swingers, plenty of innuendoes and Dafyd — an over the top Welsh Director — there’s lots of laughter and hysterical interactions between the characters.

For tickets and more info CLICK HERE!

A Chorus Of Disapproval is the first production of the year for Keyhole Theatre Company, a production company ran by Ann Bates that’s been going for 10 years. The successful group have also staged plays at The Gladstone Theatre, Unity Theatre and The Lantern Theatre and they are experienced in putting on fantastic nights.

This production is no exception and it promises a night of fun and great entertainment. With lots of sub plots and stories within the story, there’s much to love about this fringe theatre musical play — another triumph for the local theatre scene.

For tickets and more info CLICK HERE!

If you’ve not yet been to The Hope Street Theatre then this is a great excuse to go. The Liverpool fringe theatre venue showcases the best local talent and there’s much to be said about out thriving theatre scene. A great night of entertainment expected and highly recommended!

A Chorus Of Disapproval / 12th – 14th Feb 2020, 7.30pm / The Hope Street Theatre, Liverpool, L3 1BQ

For tickets and more info CLICK HERE!

Leave A Reply

Your email address will not be published.