The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

“There’s no place like home!”

When Dorothy Gale is carried from her home in Kansas by a cyclone she finds herself in the magical land of Oz. There she must journey to the Emerald City to meet with the great Wizard and, with the help of the friends she meets along the way, defeat the Wicked Witch of the West.

Based on the original novel by L. Frank Baum, children and adults alike will love this ever-popular story reimagined for the stage.
Written by L. Frank Baum
Adapted by Sarah Slator
Directed by Chloe Bond
Music by Simon Stallard

This is an open-air performance so please bring chairs/blankets and picnics to enjoy whilst watching. We will perform in all but the very worst weather!
Please note that, given the nature of the venues we visit and the charities we work with, tickets to this event are non-refundable and non-transferable. If you are unable to attend a performance we are happy for tickets to be placed under another name/given to another party.

Running time: Approximately 85 minutes

“A fun-filled family adventure, thoroughly entertaining and enjoyable!” – Grapevine Live (Treasure Island)
“A must-see for lovers of theatre!” – Living Magazine (The Three Musketeers)
“Warm and welcoming, clever and creative – a wonderful afternoon of entertainment!” (The Wind in the Willows) – Visit Dean Wye
“Non-stop entertainment!” – We Are Weymouth (Treasure Island)

Gates open at 1.30pm for you to enjoy your picnic, remember to bring a blanket or chairs as there is no seating at the venue. The Tearooms will have a selection of hot and cold drinks, biscuits and sweets, children’s picnic boxes and baked savoury goods on sale for the duration of the event within Storey Gardens.

Summary... Join us at Staunton for another summer of outdoor theatre fun!

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