Jack the Ripper - a musical comedy

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by WODS Musical Theatre Company

Following the huge success of 'The Sound of Music', WODS give you the chance to relish the darker side of musical theatre with the shocking tale of 'Jack the Ripper'. Don't be put off by the title; this is a musical comedy drama not a horror, with an atmospheric commentary of the incidents surrounding the gruesome Whitechapel murders which took place in 1888.

Tension and mystery is maintained throughout by a clever shift between reality and artificiality, as characters represent 'real' people and members of the music hall audience and players; this keeps the action moving in an energetic, thrilling and witty performance.

The haunting music will transport you to the East End with rousing dance hall numbers such as 'Saturday Night' and the lilting sultry rhythms of 'Goodbye Day'. Dark humour and the light and shade of human characters bring this chilling piece of history to life.

Book & Lyrics by Ron Pember and Denis de Marne
Music by Ron Pember

Dates: 13th – 15th March 2014 @ 7.30PM (Saturday matinee @ 2.30PM)
Venue: The Blakehay Theatre, Weston-Super-Mare, BS23 1JZ
Director: Bob Gibbons

Tickets: £12 (Concessions £11) – group bookings, buy 10 tickets, get one free (via Box Office only).
Box Office: 01934 645493
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Date: Thursday, March 13, 2014

Repeats: Every Day until Saturday, March 15, 2014

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