Wednesday 3rd - Saturday 6th May 2017
Whistle Down the Wind is a musical composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber and set in America’s Deep South in the 1950s.
When Swallow a 15 year old girl discovers a mysterious man hiding in a barn and confronts him, his first words are “Jesus Christ”, and it’s as if all her prayes have been answered. Believing the man is Jesus Christ, the children of the village vow to protect him from the outside world, whilst the adults of the village are on the hunt for a fugitive who they believe is hiding in their midst. This is when the misunderstanding begins and the story unfolds.
Andrew Lloyd Webber’s emotive score combines hauntingly beautiful love songs and explosive rock music with lyrics by acclaimed rock n’ roll songwriter Jim Steinman.
Opening night: All Classes £11
Concessions (OAP): £14.50
Family Ticket (2 adult, 2 children): £54.00
Family Ticket (1 adult, 2 children): £43.00
Lap tickets (£3.00) are available from the Box Office for children aged under 2 years.
Age guidance: This show is considered suitable for all ages
Running time: 2 hours 30 mins
|Wednesday 3rd May||7.30pm||All Tickets £11||Book Now|
|Thursday 4th May||7:30pm||Adult £16 | Child £14.50 | OAP £14.50 | Family tickets £43/£54||Book Now|
|Friday 5th May||7:30pm||Adult £16 | Child £14.50 | OAP £14.50 | Family tickets £43/£54||Book Now|
|Saturday 6th May||2:30pm (Matinee)||Adult £16 | Child £14.50 | OAP £14.50 | Family tickets £43/£54||Book Now|
|Saturday 6th May||7:30pm||Adult £16 | Child £14.50 | OAP £14.50 | Family tickets £43/£54||Book Now|
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