Acorn Antiques - The Musical!

11th January 2013

Croft House Theatre Company return to The Lyceum Theatre after their sell out performances of The Sound of Music with this fabulous production of Victoria Wood's stage show.

This all-singing, all-dancing extravaganza sees sisters Miss Babs and Miss Berta struggling to keep their antiques business open, as shop after shop on the High Street closes. A devious third sister Miss Bonnie plans to sell the shop to -The Guilty Bean (the world's second biggest chain of coffee shops). With family secrets, life-changing acting and high-spirited musical numbers, can they still employ Mrs Overall? Will Mr Clifford ever get his memory back, and remember who he's engaged to? And most worrying of all, will Mrs Overall be able to tap dance whilst holding the tray? Tuesday to Friday & Saturday Matinee (2.00pm) Stalls & Front Circle - £20, Rear Circle - £18, Balcony - £10 Saturday Evening Stalls & Front Circle - £22, Rear Circle - £20, Balcony - £10 Tickets available from Croft House Theatre Company (with no booking fee) or from Sheffield Theatres, in person at the box office, by phone on 0114 249 6000 or on line at http://www.sheffieldtheatres.co.uk/event/acorn-antiques-the-musical-13/?tab=1#unit-production-dates

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