Swinging 60s comes to Horton

February 28 2017

The dreams of becoming a pop star in the 1960s is the focus of a comedy coming to Horton and Little Sodbury Village Hall

The dreams of becoming a pop star in the 1960s is the focus of a comedy coming to Horton and Little Sodbury Village Hall

 The Badapple Theatre Company have returned with their present their 1960s inspired comedy, Eddie and the Gold Tops.

The tale follows Eddie, a hard-working milkman, inspired by the pop charts and tired of ordinary life, who dreams of stardom and success but money lenders, managers and real life keep on getting in the way. 

The 2012 show, with songs from the award-winning writer Jez Lowe and design from Charlie Cridlan is at Horton and Little Sodbury Village Hall on Wednesday March 15, with doors opening at 7pm. 

Tickets £9.50 adults, £5 under 16s from 07711 672007 or boxoffice@halsvh.org.uk or www.badappletheatre.com