LOST Theatre - March 2013
Preview by Lizzie Guilfoyle
LOST Theatre has two productions lined up for March 2013.
Mile High – The Musical – March 5 to March 24.
Audiences are invited to join Chief Flight Attendant ‘Richi’ Richenda on an emotional journey as she attempts to “supersede the limitations that stereotyping has put on the roles of women in the aviation industry” while fighting off all the men in her life!
Will she succeed in her desire to become a pilot, or will she be distracted by the charms of the suave Captain Fantastico? And will her slightly-buff colleague Taylor succeed in his bet to make Ichnuzan Royal Airlines Airline of the Year, whilst getting off with Super Clinto from Fantasy Airways into the bargain?
Written by Mike Hume and Terry Newman, Mile High – The Musical is directed by Phil WillMott, with choreography by Thomas Michael Voss and set and costume design by Andrew Joslin.
Tickets: First Class: £22 – includes ticket, CD, programme and cocktail (limited to 20 tickets); Super Saver: £10 (limited to 10 tickets); Economy: £14 (limited to 50 tickets); Super Economy: £16. Available from the box office on 0844 847 1680 or online at www.losttheatre.co.uk/.
Times: Tuesday to Saturday at 7.30pm, Sunday at 3pm.
For more information visit milehighmusical.com/.
TWO by Jim Cartwright – Saturdays and Sundays until March 31. This show is performed Upstairs At The Priory Arms.
The action takes place over one night, in a pub, in the north of England.
TWO famously features fourteen diverse characters played by just two actors, as various members of the local community pull up a stool and let us into their lives.
The pub Landlord and Landlady banter and bicker their way through what at first seems like a typical night at the pumps. It’s the kind of pub where everyone knows your name. As the Landlord and Landlady’s painful story slowly unfolds, audiences meet a series of regulars…
Tickets: £10 – available from the box office on 0844 847 1680 or online at www.losttheatre.co.uk/.
Times: Saturdays at 7.30pm, Sundays at 4pm.
And on March 17 (7.30pm), Richard Leigh presents The Magic Cavern, London’s long running magic show. Now in its 10th year, this interactive show is perfect for the whole family.
Tomorrow I’ll Be Happy, part of National Theatre Connections 2013, continues at LOST Theatre until March 2.