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LS12 Theatre presents The Breakfast Club

Six high school students meet in Saturday detention and discover how they have a lot more in common than they thought. Harriet Meeuwissen-True reports on a new production in Armley….

LS12 Youth Theatre have adapted John Hughes 1985 film, The Breakfast Club, for the stage and will be performing the show in late April.

Rewritten, devised, produced, designed, technically supported and performed by our young people, we can’t wait to share this hilarious, coming of age show with you!

DATES:

7:30pm Thursday 26th April 2018
7:30pm Friday 27th April 2018

LOCATION:

Interplay Theatre
Armley Ridge Road
Leeds
LS12 3LE

TICKETS:

Admission is free, just turn up on the door.
Recommended age: 11+

There will be a cash-only bar serving non-alcoholic drinks. Bring your own booze welcome. Any queries, contact Harriet on 0113 263 8556 or e-mail: harriet@interplaytheatre.co.uk

CREDITS:

Director: Harriet Lily
Assistant Directors: Danielle O’Connell and Kirsty Jamieson
Musical Director: Claire Marie
Technical Director: Marcus Rapley
Film Director: James Bell

Funded by Leeds Inspired



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