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Summerdays drifting away but oh, thosesummernights!And the Everyman Theatre has everything to keep you entertained during June, fromtop shows to superb suppers and drinks on the terrace


June opens with MarcCamoletti’s (Boeing Boeing) side-splitting comedy of confusionDon’tDress For Dinner starring theOlivierAward winning Sara Crowe (EastEnders, FourWeddings and a Funeral), DamianWilliams (Birds ofAFeather) and Ben Roddy (Absolutely Fabulous – TheMovie). First class farce!


June comes to a chilly end with


Trespass:AGhost Story by Emlyn Williams.Williams explores some unusual aspects of the supernatural and bewarned, this production could have you carefully looking around your bedroombefore turning out the light! Theatregoers can also explore the


dark corners backstage in the haunted Victorian Theatre with special GhostTours after the performances onWed 21, Thu 22 and Fri 23 June. Just £30 per person for best seats, a post-showdrink and ghost tour. One-night music shows are also on


Fans of the hit musical Joseph


AndTheAmazingTechnicolor Dreamcoat will be delighted that the all-singing; all-dancing showis shimmying back into townJune 13-17. X-Factor winner Joe McElderry stars in Tim Rice andAndrewLloyd- Webber’s classic Biblical tale with sing along songs such as Those CanaanDays; EveryDreamWillDo and Close EveryDoor.


32 JUNE 2017 THECHELTONIAN


stage in June with TheElvisYears on Monday 26 and The Simon and Garfunkel Story on Tuesday 27th.


With the longsummerholidays looming, you can book your budding actors ontoSummerSchool from 31st July – 4thAugust and 7thAugust – 11thAugust 2017. ‘ComeFlyAway’ teaches


techniques that marry circus and theatre. Learn howto get your feet off the ground as part of a theatrical experience, and learn best loved Musical Theatre numbers. InWeekOne you’ll get the chance


towork with theatre professionals. In Week Two you’ll join forces with Peter Gill’s Rock School band, which will accompany you in rehearsals and play live for your performance on the Everyman’s main stage on 11th August for family and friends. There will be an opportunity towork towards anArtsAward - a recognised qualification which assesses arts- related and transferable skills. The SummerSchool costs £200.


For further information and to book showscontact theEveryman Theatre on 01242 572573 or visit www.everymantheatre.org.uk


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