Easingwold Players 'Our Day Out' by Willy Russell
Mrs Kay's unruly Progress Class is unleashed from the classroom for the day to pile into a bus for a one-off school trip to Alton Towers until grumpy Mr Briggs gets on board and decides Conway Castle is a more suitable venue; trouble ensues as the kids boisterously rampage through a Zoo, a roadside cafe until little Amy Chandler goes missing at the beach.
This hilarious and heart-warming tale, based on an incident in Willy Russell's life, from the multi award-winning author of Educating Rita and Blood Brothers sees a talented young cast singing and dancing rings around their fraught teachers. A joyous celebration of the trials and tribulations of growing up.
The grumpy deputy headteacher is no less than Cameron Smith, pictured here wearing a less thyan grumpy pink hat.
The play runs this week Wednesday to Saturday (16th - 19th November)7.30 pm with a Saturday matinee at 2.30pm.
Tickets from the Galtres Centre 822472
Adults £10, under 16s £7, families (2 adults, 2 under-16s) £30