Colourful characters and plenty of fun for young talents
IT promises to be a rather messy weekend at Mackworth United Reformed Church Hall next weekend when the Enfield Youth Players return to the stage for their third major production – Bugsy Malone.
The show transports the audience to 1920s America during the prohibition era – a time when gangsters slugged it out with bullets to establish who would control the illegal trafficking of alcohol.
"We will of course be substituting whiskey and bullets for orange juice and splurge, things do get a little messy at times," revealed the producers of the show Alison and Steve Greatorex.
"There will be unmissable performances from the group who will inhabit the colourful characters of Blousey, Bugsy, Fat Sam, Tallulah, Fizzy and the rest of the cast," said Alison.
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"It is a lively and enjoyable show and the performers have done a fantastic job."
The Enfield Youth Players is made up of six to 16-year-olds and was founded in 2009, to ensure the future of The Enfield Players.
The group has already staged two very successful shows – Honk Junior and By George – and Alison says she is very pleased to introduce even more new members into the group with this latest production.
This is also Alison and Steve's second production of the year. They jointly directed the pantomime Mother Goose back in January.
Bugsy Malone will be performed at 7.15pm on July 6 and 7 at Mackworth United Reform Church Hall, Mackworth. There will also be a Saturday matinee performance at 2.30pm. Tickets are priced £6, £5 concessions, on 01332 514956.