Exeter Northcott - Annie
Local acclaimed company Stage by Stage presents Annie.
The sun will come out tomorrow...
She's back, and still as lovely as ever! Annie, the little orphan who inspires a nation, will once again sing and dance her way into your hearts.
Following a complete sell-out run here at the Exeter Northcott Theatre, one of the best-loved Broadway musicals bursts back on stage in a spectacular production, packed full of energetic song and dance with a cast of more than fifty! Featuring the classics Tomorrow, Maybe and Easy Street, Annie follows in the tradition of Stage by Stage's eye-popping Beauty & the Beast and promises to be the ideal half-term treat!
"flagship youth theatre" WESTERN MORNING NEWS
Tickets: A £14 B & C £12 D £10
Concs: £2 off
Running Time: 2hrs 15mins
All transactions are subject to a £2 booking fee.
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