Follow the yellow brick road to Bolton this Christmas to experience the magical story of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.
Lost in an unfamiliar land, inhabited by munchkins, flying monkeys and witches, Dorothy and her faithful dog Toto, need to find their way back home to Bolton. Heading for the Emerald City, with the help of her new friends; Scarecrow, Tin Man, and the Cowardly Lion, Dorothy sets out along the yellow brick road to find the Great Oz – a Wizard from Wigan with the power to make all of their dreams come true.
As our building is currently closed for our major redevelopment project we are thrilled to presenting our festive show this year at the University of Bolton Stadium (formerly the Macron) and after box office and critical success in 2011 we can't wait to see this iconic story return to Bolton once again.
PRE THEATRE DINING - Enjoy a 3 course meal for just £21.50 at Heathcote & Co at Bolton Whites Hotel - find out more
PLEASE NOTE this play contains strobe lighting effects.
Production Sponsor VENUE PARTNER
Premier Suite, The University of Bolton Stadium, BL6 6SF
Adults Concessions £2 off, Children £3 off
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We do not admit babes in arms (Children under 18 months)
Wed 12 December, 2.15pm - download the Visual Story
The Octagon acting company are joined by two teams of young people who will play in alternate performances.
Rob HileyMusic Director & Arranger
Lorna MundenSound Designer
Sophia HorrocksDeputy Stage Manager
Eilidh GibsonAssistant Director
Josie Flavius-WornerSecond Assistant Director
"Brilliantly executed...the kids loved it."
"There's no place like Bolton this Christmas"
"Sure to delight families throughout the festive season"
Tickets: £16 - £24
Adult concessions: £2 off
Children: £3 off
Small Groups (4+): save 10%
Groups 10+: save 15%* For every 10 child tickets, 1 free adult
Schools: £12* For every 10 pupils 1 free teacher ticket
*Not available on peak performances (Sat 22 - Mon 31 December - all performances)
The University of Bolton Stadium, Horwich, Bolton, BL6 6SF
(Formerly the Macron Stadium)