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Music theatre students bringing Weird Romance to Preston

Posted on - 9th May, 2022 - 9:00pm | Author - | Posted in - Preston News, UCLan, University campus, What's On in Preston
A scene from Weird Romance
The first year students will perform at St Peter’s Arts Centre

A group of first year UCLan Music Theatre students are bringing Weird Romance to Preston.

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Weird Romance is a musical with two separate stories; Act 1 is titled The Girl Who Was Plugged In, and Act 2 is Her Pilgrim Soul.

The show contains themes including the generation gap, love triangles, and the conflict between those who have and those who have none.

Two casts will perform alternate shows.

A scene from Weird Romance
Weird Romance is a two one-act musical

Head of Social Media and Marketing for the show, Michael Kerr, said: “Our cast is from all over the UK. Each of us also has a production role. For example, I play a character called Kevin but I am also looking after social media and am a music assistant.

“For many of us, this is our first show since before Covid, so it would be great to get as many people there as possible.”

Read more: ‘A real buzz’ – Lancashire Fringe Festival off to a great start in Preston

Weird Romance will be on at St. Peter’s Arts Centre from Wednesday 11 May to Saturday 14 May.

Tickets are available from TicketSource.


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