Oliver Comes to Edinburgh
Following a hugely successful run at London’s Drury Lane Oliver the Musical came to Edinburgh in May 2012.
My brother-in-law was Jack Wild (Dodger in the film) so this show will always be special – and I know that the millions of people worldwide, who have enjoyed Lionel Bart’s musical both on stage and screen, will agree with me.
- Book Oliver Theatre Breaks in Dublin over Christmas and New Year
- Book Oliver Theatre Breaks in Newcastle September to November 2012
Lionel Bart’s exceptional multi-award winning musical has touched the hearts of all who have seen this fabulous show, and this production is just as memorable as any that have gone before it – and the film.
It is a great show for the whole family to enjoy and the perfect highlight to an Edinburgh Theatre Break
Oliver the Musical features a superb catalogue of songs including the much loved Food Glorious Food, Consider Yourself, You’ve Got to Pick-a-Pocket or Two, I’d Do Anything, Oom Pah Pah and As Long As He Needs Me.
It is based on the Dickens novel Oliver Twist and tells the tale of the orphan Oliver and all that happens to him as he finds himself on London’s streets. Jack’s 1968 film adaptation, also starring Ron Moody, Mark Lester, Oliver Reed, and Harry Secombe, won 6 Academy Awards including the award for Best Picture.
Oliver the Musical Theatre Breaks
Show: Oliver the Musical
Theatre: Edinburgh Playhouse
Performance Dates: 30th May – 23rd June 2012.
Starring: Brian Conley as Fagin.
Evenings: Tuesday to Saturday at 19:30.
Matinees: Thursday & Saturday 14.30, Sunday 15.00
Running Time: 2hrs 30mins including an interval.
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