Oliver Twist created for everyone aged six and over Rehearsal Photos
By Open Air Theatre
Preparations for our family production of Oliver Twist created for everyone aged six and over are well under way. With over 19,000 people already coming, take a look at our gallery to get a sneak peek into the rehearsal room.
This new play version of Dickens’ classic story follows the adventures of Twist, as he’s sold by the workhouse authorities to a funeral director, where bullying prompts him to run away to London; from there he gets mixed up with criminals, has a brush with the law, finds out his real identity (with the help of Nancy, who pays the price at the hands of Bill Sikes – who also comes to a sticky end!), and discovers a family he never knew.
Children can get involved too with our drawing competition. After you see the show, draw a picture of your favourite character for the chance to win a poster signed by the cast, a copy of the book (Penguin Readers), a family ticket to the Charles Dickens Museum where the author once lived (and where he wrote Oliver Twist) and a copy of the (now out of print) Ladybird book, An Adventure in History: Charles Dickens.
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