College students present Seussical the Musical

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Latest news in Yorkshire: March 30, 2019 02:20:27 PM

Barnsley College Performing Arts students invite the public to their
performances of Seussical the Musical by Lynn Ahrens and Stephen
Flaherty.

Students will take to the stage at the Electric Theatre on Wednesday 3
and Thursday 4 April at 7.00pm.

Much loved childhood characters such as the Cat in the Hat, Horton the
Elephant, Gertrude McFuzz and many more collide on their adventures
through the magical world of Dr. Seuss. In true Seuss style, the musical
highlights the importance of community, family, friendship and loyalty
in a humorous and light-hearted fashion.

Donna Turner, Performing Arts Course Leader at the College, said:
“Seussical is a fantastical, colourful, high-energy musical filled with
larger-than-life characters and is a real treat for the whole family.

“The magical world of Dr. Seuss lends itself well to our teaching
programme with high energy musical numbers allowing Dance and Musical
Theatre students the opportunity to shine. Our Production Arts students
also get the feel of a large scale production with the numerous set,
sound and lighting changes taking place across the performance.

“We are extremely proud of the hard work our students have put into the
show and encourage the public to come along and support them.”

Tickets for both dates are available now at
www.ticketsource.co.uk/electrictheatre priced from £5 to £8, book for
two upcoming shows and receive a 25% discount on tickets.

To find out more about Barnsley College and the Performing Arts courses
on offer call 01226 216 123, email info@barnsley.ac.uk or visit
www.barnsley.ac.uk/performingarts

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