A new musical play based in Sleaford will have its premiere in the town on Saturday.
Red Plum Productions stage The Boy From Bow at St George’s Academy, in West Gate, at 7pm.
It tells the story of Michael ‘Fingers’ Malone - a tearaway East End lad who wins a scholarship to an upper class private school.
The Boy from Bow features a cast of local actors including Hull’s Eddie Moxon in the lead role and Lincs FM radio presenter John Marshall in a cameo appearance.
Written by London-based playwright Michael Norton-Ellis, it is directed by and features original music from Billinghay’s Trevor Glenn, member of local band The Ruffs, and has been edited by Sleaford filmmaker Richard Dutton of Shadows of a Stranger fame.
Tickets are on sale now, priced at £7.50 (conc £6).
The are available from www.redplumproductions.co.uk or on 07544 310 203.
St George’s Academy pupils are invited to attend at a reduced price of £4.
Due to limited seat allocation this offer is only available for tickets purchased 24 hours prior to the event.