M is for Manx Cat Goes on Tour!


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A limited opportunity to see this musical sensation with not one but EIGHT shows at FOUR locations around the Island.

Come and join the fun in this musical adaptation of the well loved children’s book by local author Gemma Hjerth and illustrated by Kim Gee. Join the adventure as two children are taken on a whirlwind journey through music, song, dance, witty dialogue and fun facts all about the Isle of Man. Will Granny ever finish their bedtime story and get them to sleep? Not if these cheeky children have anything to do with it!

Produced and directed by Lisa Kreisky and Kristene Sutcliffe of Stage Door Entertainment and proudly sponsored by the Isle of Man Arts Council, this exciting and educational show is making it’s way around the Isle of Man in the first tour of it’s kind.

 

Lisa said “As parents ourselves, Krissy and I are fully aware that it’s not always easy to travel with young kids, even around the Isle of Man.  But we believe that this should not stop them enjoying the magic of Theatre, so we decided to take it on the road. Bring it to them as such”

 

Kristene added “The show was so popular when it was first performed at The Studio Theatre at part of Theatrefest 19 back in October.  The one criticism we received was that the One Night Only performance was not enough and too few people got to see it.  So, we are remedying that.”

 

‘M is for Manx Cat: The Musical – On Tour’ will be starting at St Paul’s Hall in Ramsey on the 11th January, then moving to Laxey Working Men Institute on the 19th January.  On the 2nd February they will be down at the Erin Arts Centre, Port Erin and then ending their tour at Peel Centenary Centre on the 1st March 2020.

 

Tickets are only £5 and can be booked through www.eventbrite.co.uk or all info is on the Stage Door Entertainment IOM FaceBook page. Tickets are limited, due to the short run, so please book early to avoid disappointment.


A sponsored body of
The Department of Education, Sport and Culture
Rheynn Ynsee, Spoyrt as Cultoor
Isle of Man Government
Reiltys Ellan Vannin
Isle of man Government
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