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WAOS Musical Theatre: Roles We’ll Probably Never Play – Rhoda McGaw Theatre

Woking’s renowned theatre company, WAOS MT (www.waosmt.co.uk), is set to dazzle audiences once again with their latest production, Roles We’ll ‘Probably’ Never Play. This musical revue promises to be a delightful treat for families, featuring a collection of beloved numbers with a unique twist that will keep audiences on the edge of their seats.

WAOS Musical Theatre: Roles We'll Probably Never PlayScheduled to run from May 1st to May 4th, 2024, at the esteemed Rhoda McGaw Theatre, Woking, this production marks another milestone in WAOS MT’s long-standing legacy of captivating performances. With roots tracing back to the 1970s, WAOS MT has continually delighted audiences with their remarkable talent and dedication to the craft of musical theatre.

Roles We’ll ‘Probably’ Never Play is not your average revue show. Audiences can expect familiar tunes presented in unexpected ways, offering a fresh perspective on classic favourites. The cast, known for their exceptional talent and versatility, has been tirelessly rehearsing at the Old Woking Community Centre, to ensure each performance is a memorable experience for all in attendance.

We’re thrilled to bring this unique production to the stage,” says Luce Morris, the Director of Roles We’ll ‘Probably’ Never Play. “It’s a celebration of the versatility of musical theatre and the sheer joy of performance. Audiences can expect the unexpected as we take them on a journey through familiar songs with a twist.

From show-stopping solos to spine-tingling ensemble numbers, this revue promises to have something for everyone. Whether you’re a seasoned theatre-goer or a newcomer to the world of musicals, “Roles We’ll ‘Probably’ Never Play” guarantees a night of family friendly entertainment that will leave you smiling from ear to ear.

Tickets for this highly anticipated production are selling fast, reflecting the excitement and anticipation surrounding the group’s latest endeavour. Whether it’s a night out with friends or with the family, as the word gets out, all are encouraged to secure their seats early to avoid missing out on what promises to be a theatrical extravaganza.

WAOS MT invites you to join us for an unforgettable evening of music, laughter, and entertainment,” says Amanda Carey-McDermott, Chair of WAOS MT. “Come experience the magic of live theatre as we showcase the talents of our exceptional cast and bring these ‘unlikely’ roles to life on stage.

Don’t miss your chance to witness the magic of Roles We’ll ‘Probably’ Never Play. Get your tickets now at ATGtickets.com and prepare to be wowed by WAOS MT’s spectacular performance. This is a show the whole family can enjoy, so gather your loved ones and let WAOS MT transport you to a world of music, laughter, and sheer theatrical delight.

Book Tickets for Roles We’ll Never Play

Roles We’ll Probably Never Play
Rhoda McGaw Theatre, Woking
Wed 1 May – Sat 4 May 2024
The Ambassadors, Peacocks Centre, Woking, GU216GQ

Performances:
Wed – Sat at 19:30
Sat at 14:30

Roles We’ll Probably Never Play at Rhoda McGaw Theatre

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