Tickets are now on sale for The Watlington Players’ upcoming production of Aladdin, when Wishee Washee, Widow Twanky and friends will be on the lookout for magic lamps, genies and happy endings that overcome the evil schemes of Abanazer.
The show is packed with upbeat pop numbers that will be stuck in your head for days such as Show Me The Way To Peking City, Let Me Do Your Laundry and Can’t Take My Eyes Off You.
It will be staged from January 8-10 at 7.30pm at Watlington Village Hall, there will also be a matinee performance on January 10 at 2.30pm.
Tickets cost £8, concessions £6 and children £5, they are available from the box office on 0845 052 9645.
The group are also looking for men to take up roles in their upcoming production of Grease which is to be staged from May 27-30 next year.
The group have had a successful run of workshops and have cast most of the characters, but need more men to join the singing and dancing in the chorus, as students of Rydell High.
They also need men to play other roles including Roger, the mischievous member of the T-Birds, Johnny Casino, an all-American, rock-star ‘greaser’ student and Teen Angel, a Fabian lookalike who sings Beauty School Drop-Out.
For more information about the society please visit www.watlingtonplayers.com or find them on Facebook or Twitter.
To audition, contact director David Brammer on 07919 442722.