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By Charles Dickens
30 November-10 January
Tuesday to Saturday at 7.30pm
Sunday Matinees at 3.30pm
£8 Previews: 30/11 & 1/12 at 7.30pm
Press Night: 2 December at 7.30pm
"Is Wealth a badge of goodness? Is Poverty the essence of evil?"
Oliver Twist, an orphan born into poverty in a Victoria workhouse, embarks on a journey to find his true identity, a search that involves passion, violence, sadness and joy. When brutal Fagin makes a deal with a stranger to steal Oliver Twist's birthright by leading the young lad into a den of iniquity and corruption, Fagin has no idea that it will lead to his own destruction...
Oliver Twist is from the same creative team behind last year's critically acclaimed production of 'A Christmas Carol', which had to extend its run twice because of phenomenal demand.
But be warned: this is Oliver Twist as you've never seen it before - and definitely not the laughter-filled musical!
Adapted by Piers Beckley | Director: Ray Shell | Assistant Director: Dollie Henry | Costume Designer: Neale Pirie | Sound Designer: Paul Jenkins |Producer: George Sallis
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