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George Maguire & Rachael Wooding – Another Night Before Christmas

Another Night Before ChristmasThe West End is coming to Bridge House Theatre this Christmas with the UK premiere of the festive musical Another Night Before Christmas.

Olivier Award-winning George Maguire (Dave Davies in Sunny Afternoon, Marc Bolan in 20th Century Boy) and West End star Rachael Wooding (Scaramouche in We Will Rock You, Eva Peron in Evita, and Britain’s Got Talent 2016), star in the show, which will run from Monday 28th November to Friday 23rd December.

Bridge House’s own & star of Wicked (Elphaba on Broadway and currently in the West End’s 10th-anniversary cast) Rachel Tucker, along with Oliver Tompsett (Wicked, We Will Rock You) will sprinkle additional West End star power magic on the show by providing voiceovers.

Press nights are Tuesday 29 November & Wednesday 30th November at 7:45pm

Another Night Before Christmas is directed by Guy Retallack and produced by Bridge House Productions SE20 and Climar Productions and follows their previous productions of It’s a Wonderful Life, A Christmas Carol … More or Less and the award-winning Thrill Me: The Leopold & Loeb Story.

It’s Christmas Eve and for Carole, a 30-something, overworked and underpaid social worker, the Festive Season can’t be over soon enough! To her, this time of year is full of over-indulgence, over priced everything and unfulfilled hopes and wishes.

Walking home from her office party she meets a scraggly-bearded ‘homeless’ man to whom she gives her bag of leftover office party food. Thinking nothing more of it, she settles in for her ‘non’ Christmas Eve for one – a truly peaceful and silent night. However, like the best-laid plans, they are rudely interrupted when the man from earlier appears in her flat . But who is he, a half-crazed burglar as she believes? Or could Santa Claus really have come to town?

LISTINGS INFORMATION
ANOTHER NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS
Monday 28 November – Friday 23 December 2016
Press nights: Tuesday 29 & Wednesday 30 November 2016 at 7.45pm

BRIDGE HOUSE THEATRE
2 High Street
Penge
London SE20 8RZ
http://www.bhtheatre.com/

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