A Stage ’65 Youth Theatre Production in association with English Touring Opera and Oak Lodge Secondary Special School
A new piece of music theatre
12 - 14 July 2012
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Please note: due to the unique nature of this event, tickets are not available online. To book, please contact the Box Office on 01722 320 333.
As the Olympic torch travels through Wiltshire and arrives in Salisbury, Stage ’65 Youth Theatre and Oak Lodge Secondary Special School collaborate with English Touring Opera to create an exciting new piece of music theatre.
At this unique event you will be guided on a short theatrical promenade through the Playhouse before taking your seats in the Main House for a musical spectacular, telling the familiar and not so familiar stories of the people, places and events that have made the Olympic and Paralympic Games so special. Join us and find out who gets to stand on the winners’ podium. Places are limited, so to ensure you are on the starting line, book today!
Seating in the Main House for Parallel is unreserved. The first part of the event is a theatrical promenade journey around parts of the building that you may not have visited before. If you have any disability or access requirements that you think we should be aware of (e.g. visual or hearing impairments, wheelchair user), please let us know at the time of booking. We will do our very best to accommodate everyone at this exciting production.
Enjoy a special Olympic-themed dish in the Playhouse Restaurant before the performance – just £7.95 (£5.95 for under 10s) when booked at the same time as your theatre tickets.
Parallel has been granted the prestigious London 2012 Inspire mark, which recognises exceptional and innovative projects inspired by the 2012 Games. Parallel is also supported by Salisbury City Council.
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Thursday - Saturday evenings: 7.15pm
Matinee on Saturday: 2.15pm.
£10 (under 25s £8)
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Director Victoria Briggs
with Mark Powell and Gareth Machin
Assistant Director Carl Woodward
Designer Hayley Spicer
Composer Russell Hepplewhite
Musical Director Simon McEnery
Lighting Design Sarah Bath
Sound Design Alex Twiselton