Kaleidoscope: Sing-A-Long: Songs from the Stage and Screen

Running from
Next event: Tuesday 12 July at 10.30am
  • Free with a Festival Pass
    Festival passes are £10 (£9 for Storyhouse Members)
  • Garret Theatre

Part of: Kaleidoscope Festival 2022

A joyous 60 minutes for a Tuesday morning to lift your mood. Join Master of Ceremonies – The Greatest Showman – aka as Ian from the Storyhouse team who will entertain you for the morning.

There will be songs from classics and new favorites including Grease, Dirty Dancing, The Greatest Showman, We Will Rock You, Summer Holiday and Fame.

Fancy dress is encouraged and plenty of props will be available for a fun experience!

Soft drinks and Popcorn will be available to buy on the day.

All of the events at the Kaleidoscope Week are free with a Festival Pass.

You can purchase your pass here.

If you need help purchasing a pass, please contact our Access Manager Alex.

 

Time details

10.30am - 11.30am

Upcoming events

Tuesday 12 July 10.30am Garret Theatre

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