The Wizard of Oz | Magpie Performers

The Wizard of Oz | Magpie Performers

DanceEast, Ipswich

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*A £45 family ticket is 2 adults and 2 children. You can add another child for £5.
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Are you ready to journey down the Yellow Brick Road this February half term?

Join Dorothy, Toto, and Aunty Em as they get whisked away from quiet Ipswich and arrive in the bright, colourful land of Oz! Many new friends await them on the journey to get back home, and many evils too, so get ready to cheer and boo, sing and clap the whole way through this family friendly, funny panto.

Will our unlikely group of friends make it to The Wizard? Will the Wicked Witch of the West’s plan come together? And how do the Lightsabers fit into all of this? Find out this February in Magpie Performers family panto, The Wizard of Oz, fun for all the family.

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