The Olivier Award nominee is coming to Southport once more, to celebrate it’s 50th anniversary.
This classic story of Sophie and her extraordinary tea-time guest has been loved by millions of children since it was first published fifty years ago.
In Roald Dahl’s The BFG, the dream-hunting giant takes orphan Sophie – named after Roald’s first grandchild – back to his cave in Giant Country, where he lives surrounded by nine other fearsome giants who spend every night guzzling down humans. Or, as the giants call them, human beans.The BFG speaks in quite a turned-around way, but we always understand him. His language is called gobblefunk.
‘Carrie’ was author Stephen King’s first published novel. Released on 15th of April 1974, it revolves around the eponymous Carietta N. White, a high school misfit who is bullied relentlessly before finally using her newly discovered telekinetic powers to exact revenge on her tormenters, whilst simultaneously causing one of the worst local disasters in America.
Named among the "10 most influential postwar British plays" by Guardian UK!British suburbanites Laurence and Beverly are entertaining their new neighbors, Angela and Tony as well as Susan, whose teenage daughter, Abigail is having a party to which Susan has been dis-invited. Over drinks and snacks, cliches and fatuous small talk abound. The tension escalates as the marital strain between Beverly and Laurence surfaces. Susan's anxiety over Abigail's party accelerates as rock music and God-knows-what permeate the room. As Beverly and Angela offer some supremely tactless remarks, reality breaks through the smugness when Laurence collapses with a fatal heart attack.