MT FEST
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Book two shows for £20
Book all eight shows for £76

All casting by Will Burton CDG

NERDS

NERDS

  • Monday 11th February at 6:00pm
    Tuesday 12th February at 7:00pm
    Wednesday 13th February at 2:00pm and 7:00pm

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AA

AA

  • Monday 11th February at 7:00pm
    Tuesday 12th February at 6:00pm
    Wednesday 13th February at 2:00pm and 7:00pm

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FIRST DATE

FIRST DATE

  • Thursday 14th February at 7:00pm
    Friday 15th February at 6:00pm
    Saturday 16th February at 2:00pm and 7:00pm

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PORN THE MUSICAL

PORN THE MUSICAL

  • Thursday 14th February at 6:00pm
    Friday 15th February at 7:00pm
    Saturday 16th February at 3:00pm and 6:00pm

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BLOODY BLOODY JESSICA FLETCHER

BLOODY BLOODY JESSICA FLETCHER

Bloody Bloody Jessica Fletcher is a musical parody as authorized as a novelist at a crime scene. There's been another gruesome murder in Cabot Cove! Should we call the police? FBI? CSI? Nope. We have a geriatric novelist on the case. Book by Kevin Zak, Josh Lamon & Phillip Taratula and Music and Lyrics by Keith Varney. Additional Music and Lyrics by Josh Lamon.

  • Monday 18th February at 6:00pm
    Tuesday 19th February at 7:00pm
    Wednesday 20th February at 3:00pm and 6:00pm

Featuring: Jemma Alexander, Connor Byrne, Harriet Thorpe, Steven Serlin, Verity Rushworth, Russell Walker

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BUT I’M A CHEERLEADER

BUT I’M A CHEERLEADER

But I’m A Cheerleader: The Musical is the story of Megan, an all‐American high school cheerleader who has the perfect life. That is, until she finds out her friends and family suspect her of being a lesbian and send her packing to ‘True Directions,’ a rehabilitation camp to set her straight. It is at this camp, under the strict tutelage of headmistress Mary Brown that Megan meets Graham, a sexy tomboy who shows her exactly what her ‘true direction’ is. Hilarious, irreverent and full of heart, But I’m A Cheerleader: The Musical is a quirky coming‐of‐age comedy about sexual awakening and self‐realization. Book and Lyrics by Bill Augustin and Music by Andrew Abrams. Based upon the motion picture But I’m a Cheerleader. Directed and story by Jamie Babbit and screenplay by Brian Wayne Peterson.

  • Monday 18th February at 7:00pm
    Tuesday 19th February at 6:00pm
    Wednesday 20th February at 2:00pm and 7:00pm

Featuring: Jessie Angell, Bronte Barbe, Luke Bayer, Carrie Hope Fletcher, Matt Henry, Stephen Hogan, Jamie Muscato

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THE PROTAGONISTS

THE PROTAGONISTS

The Astonishing Return of… The Protagonists follows a group of once mighty superheroes battling the forces of evil. But twenty years later, they find themselves battling the forces of thinning hair and menopause. When an old nemesis re-emerges with a sinister plan, can the former super-friends pull it together to save the world again? Book and Lyrics by Kevin Del Aguila and Music by Michael Shaieb.

  • Thursday 21st February at 7:00pm
    Friday 22nd February at 6:00pm
    Saturday 23rd February at 2:00pm and 7:00pm

Featuring: Nathan Amzi, Christina Bennington, Rob Fowler, Leo Ihenacho, Oliver Ormson

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KILLER QUEEN

KILLER QUEEN

Killer Queen combines rap and RnB with 18th century France to retell a story that sparked a revolution. When Marie Antoinette married King Louis, her reputation was already tarnished by gossip. But when she is implicated in a crime to defraud the crown jewellers of a diamond necklace, it is not just her reputation at stake, but the monarchy and France itself. Music and Lyrics by Tasha Taylor Johnson, Jack McManus & Jonny Wright and Book by Jonny Wright.

  • Thursday 21st February at 6:00pm
    Friday 22nd February at 7:00pm
    Saturday 23rd February at 3:00pm and 6:00pm

Featuring: Christina Bennington, Izuka Hoyle, Leo Ihenacho

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PLUS

A programme of intimate and frank afternoon conversations with some of the industry’s most celebrated musical theatre practitioners.

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Morning songwriter showcases shining a light on some of the most exciting new creators of musical theatre. Presented by Musical Theatre Network and Mercury Musical Developments and featuring writers discovered at BEAM2018.

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An informal late-night concert series getting to know some of the country’s eminent musical theatre stars through the songs that shaped them, songs they might never get to sing, and songs from new works.

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