This June the longest running musical of the 1950s, ‘Salad Days’, steps out into the open air as St Michael’s Players celebrate their 70th Anniversary. The show follows a young couple fresh from university, seeking to find their place in life and work. They encounter a colourful array of characters, including a mysterious tramp who loans them a magical piano which, when played, makes anyone in the vicinity spontaneously dance! Further exploits ensue in an Egyptian themed nightclub and aboard a flying saucer. All the while the dour Minister of Pleasures and Pastimes seeks to put an end to all this gleeful enjoyment. This fun, frivolous musical will fill you with the joys of youth.
The gardens of St Paul’s Church will be transformed with *
tiered audience seating, full surround sound
and magical lighting!
If that wasn’t enough to entice you there will be a **
Bar, a **
BBQ and…if you book for our Gala opening night Tuesday 25th June
you will be wowed before the show by the amazing retro a cappella trio
The Decibelles www.decibellesuk.co.uk
*Seating is individual chairs on a tiered structure and is accessed via steps.
The venue is accessible for people with limited mobility, do advise us at the point of booking of this
**Due to licensing, we cannot allow audience members to bring alcohol or food, as only alcohol and food purchased on site can be consumed.