Once upon a time, fifty years ago, Apollo (the sun-god) was President of Everything, while his dim sister (the moon-goddess) was just a cabaret artiste in a seedy nightclub. As the Americans invade the moon in July 1969, events downtown take a sinister turn and confusion ensues. Can the gods sort it out or is the President too dysfunctional? Adding a bonkers twist to the Apollo 11 commemorations, a talented cast presents a fun-opera that investigates our fascination for all things lunar.
Music: Edward Lambert
Words: Norman Welch
Produced by The Music Troupe
Reminder: It is cheaper to book here in advance online at £7.50. Please note if you book in person, on the phone or on the door at any venue tickets will be £9.50.
Other ticketed shows on today:Growth of the Silk
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