[Mercury Review]

The Stevenage Lytton Youth Theatre Present

The Show With No Name
A revue filled to the brim with music, comedy, dance and other bits
Includes material written by the director, the cast and others but don’t let that put you off -
there is a really funny bit in Act 2 about forty minutes in, I’m sure of it

12th - 13th June 2008
Nobel School Stevenage

Directed by Dave Slade (Mostly)
Musical Direction by Leigh Smith
Choreography by Slava Budin-Jones with Sophie Ashby

The Stevenage Lytton Players Summer 2008 Youth Theatre Production was The Show With No Name performed at Nobel School Stevenage.

The Lytton Youth present a revue of music, comedy and dance. Featuring songs from shows so famous we don’t even have to mention them here. Sketches include funny ones and some that the director thought were funny, but what does he know?

Okay, now the serious blurb – where else are you going to hear from Spamalot, Phantom Of The Opera, Grease? See sketches taking the mickey out of rap, fish, Jack Bauer and J.R.R. Tolkein? And smell dances from the minds of our choreographers? Where can you hear, see and smell that? Only at THE SHOW WITH NO NAME. A fun night for all the family.

Dave Slade Director

Ticket prices:    Full £10.00, Conc £6.00, Family £26.00 (2 Full, 2 Conc)

Box Office: 0870 777 7619

Performances start at 7:45pm