THE WIZARD OF OZ

Fri 1 - Tue 19 December 2017

THE WIZARD OF OZ

RSC Version By L. Frank Baum

With Music and Lyrics of the MGM Motion Picture Score

By Harold Arlen and E. Y. Harburg

Background Music by Herbert Stothart

Dance & Vocal Arrangement by Peter Howard

Adapted by John Kane from the Motion Picture Screenplay

By Arrangement with MusicScope & Stage Musicals Ltd of New York

Directed by Peter Leslie Wild

This beloved tale has been entertaining audiences for generations and now it’s your turn to follow the Yellow Brick Road down to the Redgrave Theatre this Christmas.

When a tornado whisks away a Kansas farm girl and her little dog to the magical land of Oz, we wonder how they will ever make it home...

As Dorothy makes her way to the Emerald City, to see the Wizard of Oz and make it back to Kansas, she and Toto are joined by a Scarecrow, a Cowardly Lion and a Tin Man, all of whom have their own reasons for wanting to see the Wizard...

But with the Wicked Witch out to get her, will Dorothy succeed?

In this acclaimed RSC version, you can enjoy all the classics such as Over The Rainbow, If I Only Had A Brain/ A Heart/ The Nerve and We’re Off To See The Wizard (Follow The Yellow Brick Road) to name but a few...

So dust off your ruby slippers and jump on your broomstick to enjoy Bristol Old Vic Theatre School’s very special adaptation of this festive family treat. And remember – ‘There’s no place like home.’

£17.50 FULL / £12.50 CONCESSION / £8.50 SCHOOL GROUPS

Venue

The Redgrave Theatre

Percival Road

Clifton

Bristol

BS8 3LE

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“You always had the power, my dear. You just had to learn it for yourself.”

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