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Sat 25 May, 2013
By Darren Waite

"Stuff art, let’s dance"

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Well Pinkwire readers it seems they have done is again. With catchy numbers, high energy and high campery, the centre stage crew are bringing us yet another fabulous musical to go along and see, for a fun night out this June, get your tickets now for MOBY DICK the MUSCAL.

St Godley’s School for Young Ladies is facing bankruptcy and decide to stage their own musical version of Melville’s novel, Moby Dick. After casting herself as Captain Ahab, the headmistress leaders her anarchic St Trinian-esque pupils on a romp through one of America’s literary classics. The madcap mariners all pull together to catch the big white whale and fill the school’s coffers.

From Nantucket to the wild, wide ocean, the girls of St Godley’s take you on a whopping whale hunt. The bilges are bulging with laughs, fabulous songs, spectacular dance and surprises galore.

Join the Centre Stage crew as they set sail aboard the mighty Pequod in an adventure of epic proportions. This ‘whale of a tale’ is sure to give even the hardiest landlubber dancing sea legs.

Stuff art, let’s dance!

MOBY DICK! will be performed at the Bridewell Theatre from 18 - 22 June 2013.


Centre Stage is a registered charity: 279746


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